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Programming the Futaba 9c for 450se

Old 10-28-2006, 05:53 AM
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Default Programming the Futaba 9c for 450se

I just got my brand new Futaba T9CHP Tx. Now how to program the thing.

I have set CCPM to SR-3. Reversed AIL, THR & PIT.

Then followed this post with all the figure & % information
http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_42...tm.htm#4272758

Can seem to get my swashplate level & the plate to pull up & down evenly for throttle pitch.

Is there any easy walk through guides?
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Default RE: Programming the Futaba 9c for 450se

Looks for videos from Bob, AKA finless. He's done a nice job of showing you how to setup the CCPM on helis, specifically the T-Rex.
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Went through alot of the finless videos. They are great. Used the video & existing knowledge to finally nutted it out. Funny the heli I purchased is 2nd hand, which I had purchased the exact same radio that the previous owner had. Couldn't get the swashplate level. In the end was easier to mechnically re-setup it up & then get the radio right. Finally have it flying but still learning all the advanced trimming features. boy theres still alot to learn, upgrading from a walkera.

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