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Posted by radialarm | Mar 20, 2011 @ 08:07 PM | 2,170 Views
I recently wrote an English user manual for the FlySky FS-CT6. It has a lot of information about setting up T6config as well as links to all the drivers currently available for the USB cable. It has a lot of mixes and screen shots explaining how to use the T6.
Posted by radialarm | May 04, 2010 @ 11:22 PM | 2,727 Views
I've been into flying models since I was in 5th grade when I encountered a group of guys that flew control line planes at the school yard in the evenings and on weekends. I still smell the fuel when I think back to those days. That got me hooked. It wasn't long before I had my first balsa kit and Cox .049 engine. I branched out to cars and boats, but yearned for elusive flight. My desire to fly model airplanes was often sidelined by other interests like girls, cars, girls, working, etc..., and often frustrated by a lack of funding. I finally settled down and started a family, and have a beautiful daughter. I've tried to get her intrested in R/C flying so we can have a daddy, daughter special time together flying airplanes. She helps me with building projects, and likes going with me to fly. She hasn't expressed much interest in flying yet, but I keep pushing her to practice on the sim so she can fly with me. One of her favorite past times is trying to distract me while I'm flying.

In October I opened a website to help others in this hobby and now I'm going to start having a few products for sell on my site. It's not much but I keep working at it. My site has grown to 28 pages in only 6 months. I'm going to keep my daughter involved in the site so she can have experience with a small business that may be hers one day. You know how it is, a parent wants their child to have more than they had. This family business if sucessful will give us more time to be together as a family, and who doesn't want that.

You can find my site a here: http://www.boydhobby.com. Thanks for reading this and feel free to comment.

Robert.