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Old 04-02-2003, 02:36 PM
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I have a 6xa that a use for most all my planes but don't have enough mixing for a hanger 9 ultra stick. I ordered a 9c so i can use all the features of this plane. I hope there are more applications where I need this radio. Are there other small planes that require a radio better than a 6xa. Hanger 9 is the only one I can ind that has quad flaps. Tell me I didn't buy this radio for just one plane. Hopefully I can figure out how to program it.
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This radio is easy to program. What I did when mine came is sold all my other radios, ordered 6 recievers and just use the 9CHP for everything. It is the coolest radio. You will love it. There is none finer!!!
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It all depends on what you want to do.

With the 9C you are not only getting more channels but also more flexibility.

Fully assignable switches, simple programming, etc, etc.

Plus you have to look to the future.

What if you decide to go scale, or fly helicopters.
For all of this you need more channels and features than the 6XA will offer.
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One simple feature the 9C supports but the 6XAS doesn't is twin elevator servo mixing. You can't even do it with a master-slave mix on the 6XA because you can't trim the second servo. There are many other advantages of the 9C.

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