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Old Mar 19, 2013, 01:29 AM
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Micro (100 size) CP bind with Turnigy 9x ?

Does the Turnigy 9x bind straight with any micro size CP heli?

I'm really interested to buy BNF micro CP but my shelf is already full of tx:s and I don't want to have more of them
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Old Mar 19, 2013, 02:33 AM
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You would need T9X module to work with Spectrum and that would make Blade helis only choice. Answer as is no go for c/p's. WL Toys 922 uses different protocal.
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Old Mar 19, 2013, 10:59 PM
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V922 is definitely an option, Dan.

There are NO CP micro helis available that use the flysky protocol of the included 9x module. But you can buy an orange DSM2/x module and fly Blade products, including the Nano CPx, MCPx, and the new brushless MCPx.

In addition, there are many new helicopters and quads being released that use the "anylink" style adapters for their particular protocol. So you can fly your V922, for example, using the Hisky HT8 module. There's already been a few 9x profiles posted in the thread.

There are also upcoming helis from 9 eagles and Helimax - brushless units with night flying blades that will use anylink adapters. The term they use is "TX-R" - transmitter ready.

So while there were no options for a very long time if you wanted a micro CP for the 9x, we've got a couple now and even more on the way in about a month.
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Old Mar 20, 2013, 06:26 AM
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Old Mar 20, 2013, 06:31 AM
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V922 is definitely an option, Dan.

There are NO CP micro helis available that use the flysky protocol of the included 9x module. But you can buy an orange DSM2/x module and fly Blade products, including the Nano CPx, MCPx, and the new brushless MCPx.

In addition, there are many new helicopters and quads being released that use the "anylink" style adapters for their particular protocol. So you can fly your V922, for example, using the Hisky HT8 module. There's already been a few 9x profiles posted in the thread.

There are also upcoming helis from 9 eagles and Helimax - brushless units with night flying blades that will use anylink adapters. The term they use is "TX-R" - transmitter ready.

So while there were no options for a very long time if you wanted a micro CP for the 9x, we've got a couple now and even more on the way in about a month.
Wow....so there is still hope


I found some information of AnyLink system in Turnigy 9x

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_10...m.htm#11192191
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