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Old Feb 21, 2012, 03:24 PM
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Had mine for four days now but too windy especially for a maiden flight. But I am really looking forward to giving this a go!
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Old Feb 21, 2012, 07:40 PM
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Looks like a fun micro EDF!

However, the intake makes me want to grab my fishing pole.
Old Feb 21, 2012, 08:00 PM
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Looks like a fun micro EDF!

However, the intake makes me want to grab my fishing pole.
As long as it doesn't start singing, we'll be okay!
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Old Feb 22, 2012, 10:37 AM
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Flew it for the first time today. What a blast. Unbelievably tail heavy (found out the hard way) but that was quickly corrected.

Not quite as fast as hoped but awesome looking in the air. I am using the landing gear and needed to slow it way down, else it will bounce and possibly flip.

I am really beginning to like these micros. This EDF really changes the micro game!

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Old Feb 22, 2012, 03:34 PM
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Do any of the any link modules work with the Turnigy 9x? Cheap bastards want to know.
Old Feb 22, 2012, 04:38 PM
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Do any of the any link modules work with the Turnigy 9x? Cheap bastards want to know.
The Turnigy 9X appears to use a standard audio jack-style trainer plug. Which means the AnyLink controller should plug in. However, there seem to be a couple things to be aware of.

1) I've seen things on the internet which suggest that the Turnigy 9X's charging port is reverse-polarity with respect to the JR/Spektrum charging port, ergo, you need to reverse the polarity of the AnyLink's power plug (or wire up a separate power pack for the AnyLink. Or reverse the polarity of the Turnigy 9X's charging port to make it Spektrum/JR compatible.)

2) The Turnigy 9X apparently requires that you either disconnect the onboard RF module so that the trainer port works properly, or mod the radio to install a 500 - 1000 ohm resistor in-line with the signal driving the radio's RF module to provide appropriate loading when the trainer jack is in use.
Old Feb 23, 2012, 01:49 AM
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The Turnigy 9X appears to use a standard audio jack-style trainer plug. Which means the AnyLink controller should plug in. However, there seem to be a couple things to be aware of.

1) I've seen things on the internet which suggest that the Turnigy 9X's charging port is reverse-polarity with respect to the JR/Spektrum charging port, ergo, you need to reverse the polarity of the AnyLink's power plug (or wire up a separate power pack for the AnyLink. Or reverse the polarity of the Turnigy 9X's charging port to make it Spektrum/JR compatible.)

2) The Turnigy 9X apparently requires that you either disconnect the onboard RF module so that the trainer port works properly, or mod the radio to install a 500 - 1000 ohm resistor in-line with the signal driving the radio's RF module to provide appropriate loading when the trainer jack is in use.
ahhhhhh nevermind I guess. I'll just buy a damn tactic if I want to use one of these deals.
Old Feb 23, 2012, 08:45 PM
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OK, I bought it today.

Cute!
Old Feb 23, 2012, 09:45 PM
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I have a DX7. No problem with AnyLink. Works as advertised.

Make sure you push the trainer plug firmly into the charge port. It will snap into place and will not wiggle loose.

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My DX7 loses bind easily because the AnyLink jack isn't very tight.. Could you mike and post the dia. of your AnyLink jack? I'm trying to determine if the AnyLink jack or the Tx port is the problem cause I never used the DSC port. Thx's, Paul
Old Feb 23, 2012, 09:53 PM
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DX7 loses bind.with anyLink.


Paul@Auburn;20840120]My DX7 loses bind easily because the AnyLink jack isn't very tight.. Could you mike and post the dia. of your AnyLink jack? I'm trying to determine if the AnyLink jack or the Tx port is the problem cause I never used the DSC port. Thx's, Paul
Old Feb 25, 2012, 01:15 PM
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Anyone know what name brand lipos will fit in this model e.g. T/P, Hyperion, Enerland ? Have F-86 on order and would like extra packs -- might even have in my current inventory if anyone can provide pack size?
Old Feb 25, 2012, 04:34 PM
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Anyone know what name brand lipos will fit in this model e.g. T/P, Hyperion, Enerland ? Have F-86 on order and would like extra packs -- might even have in my current inventory if anyone can provide pack size?
I have used Hyperion 240's to light, Hyperion 320's OK, HK 400's to heavy, NanoTech 300's fit nice but haven't flown them yet..

Make sure you are using the right pins on the micro Deans as this is backwards to some of us..

Again I got screwed on these Hyperion 240's.. I made up two packs of them and have to take them apart as two of the cells are bad.. I hate paying 6 bucks for bad cells when I have better luck with 2 buck Hobby King batteries..
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Old Feb 25, 2012, 05:56 PM
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Thanks for the info. Yes, have a bunch of micro Deans fitted packs with it seems the logical but reverse pinout to that on the F-86, may have to dedicate packs to the Sabre I guess unless there is enough wire slack to reverse the pins -- they do push out of the housing if desoldering is not poss.
Old Feb 25, 2012, 07:50 PM
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Thanks for the info. Yes, have a bunch of micro Deans fitted packs with it seems the logical but reverse pinout to that on the F-86, may have to dedicate packs to the Sabre I guess unless there is enough wire slack to reverse the pins -- they do push out of the housing if desoldering is not poss.
I unsoldered mine,,, I covered the area with aluminum foil first so the iron wouldn't melt the foam..
Old Feb 25, 2012, 08:40 PM
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Looks like a fun micro EDF!

However, the intake makes me want to grab my fishing pole.
The intake doesn't look as bad in the flesh...The pics seem to highlight the intake...The pics remind me of one of my favorite Rodney Dangerfield jokes---"The last time I saw a mouth like that it had a hook in it!!!"...AKA Nancy Pelosi......Anyway----Again, the intake doesn't look that bad when you have the plane in your hot little hands!!!

Kevin


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