|Jan 11, 2011, 01:32 AM|
3ch heli / 4ch feel (PART ONE)
This is not really a mod, but more of a preference. If you are new to rc helis’ and are thinking about moving on to a bigger more advanced heli, or if you are an experienced rc pilot and have a 3ch ‘kick-around’ heli in your collection, this is for you.
The reason I did this to my 9053 Volitation transmitter is because this is my first heli and I’m looking at getting a more advance heli in the near future. By making this change to my controller I will avoid developing “bad thumb habits” while learning to fly. This will also make my transition smoother when I get my 4ch/6ch heli.
This mod will simply put you throttle and rudder control on your left stick, and the forward backward movement stays on the right. Like the ‘Big Boys’ do it.
The only things you should need are a screw driver (philips), pliers, and glue (krayz).
Getting Started... part 1
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|Feb 27, 2011, 11:32 AM|
This is a great heli to start on. Hope you fun with it, and more fun when you get something bigger or better. I went from the 3CH to a 6CH. My thumbs are getting good training.
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