|Mar 30, 2009, 05:00 AM|
using hbk2 tx for flying wing?
Anyone know if there is any way possible to use the honey bee kings radio (esky 0406a) to control a flying wing? I would like to try flying wings and already have a radio from my hbk2 and don't want to invest in a new radio quite yet just to try flying wings.
There are dip switches on the back for settings and I found a description here: http://www.helifreak.com/showthread.php?t=68558
And it said this:
Switch 1 - Pitch mixing. On = FP mode (90 deg swash), Off = pitch mixing enabled.
Switch 2 - Mixing mode. On = Belt style mixing, Off = CP2 style mixing.
I am not sure if any combination of those switches would work for a wing since I've read they need delta/elevon mixing.
If it's not possible what would be a cheap radio for trying flying wings?
Any advice would be appreciated, thanks.
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