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Radio Gear / Re: In the market for a new Radio perhaps!
« Last post by FrankS on Yesterday at 22:42:37 »
If you want a radio that supports DSM2 then the only option is one that takes a module, Frsky in your list above. But as you are probably aware transmitters that use the DSM2 protocol are not legal in the EU (inc UK) anymore so you would need to reuse the one out of your DSX9 or import your own and pretend you bought it before the new standards were introduced.
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Good evening

An odd one.  I have a zenoah 26cc on my H9 Taylorcraft.  What's odd is every 1st flight she flies fine until you invert her.  She then either stalls completely or the engine hesitates badly.  After that initial one she will fly inverted, loops etc...

The fuel tsnk is plumbed with a t in the tank to carb line
  Could this be giving me problems...

It's weird that shes ok after one quick inverted maneuveur.
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UK Regional / Re: The South East Flyers Thread Part 3
« Last post by Allen the soarer on Yesterday at 19:48:25 »
Yep. No flying forme :(
I was looking forward to a little Turnham action
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Radio Gear / Re: In the market for a new Radio perhaps!
« Last post by SteveBB on Yesterday at 16:58:38 »
Graupner? MZ or MC series. They've even written the instruction manual in English too! Rock solid HoTT telemetry and RF signal. Nice switches and controls.
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Radio Gear / Re: In the market for a new Radio perhaps!
« Last post by RobC on Yesterday at 16:45:29 »
FrSky is supported (and supplied) by T9Hobbysport.  There's also FrSky's own operating system as an alternative to OpenTX.
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Radio Gear / Re: In the market for a new Radio perhaps!
« Last post by itsme on Yesterday at 16:25:19 »
Correct me if I am wrong but is'nt the Aurora 9ch and afaia aware that is the most channels Hitec do.
Afraid so- if your after more than that then its look elsewhere. Never actually found the need for more myself, there are oodles of mixes available.
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Radio Gear / Re: In the market for a new Radio perhaps!
« Last post by FlyinBrian on Yesterday at 15:11:29 »
Correct me if I am wrong but is'nt the Aurora 9ch and afaia aware that is the most channels Hitec do.
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Radio Gear / Re: In the market for a new Radio perhaps!
« Last post by itsme on Yesterday at 14:00:51 »
I went Hitec Aurora when Futaba receivers went crazy prices. Never looked back and after five years thinking about another of the same. It's been bullet proof and easy to.program. Might not have the bells and whistles and it doesn't talk to me, but I love it.

Sent from my SM-A300FU using Tapatalk

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UK Regional / Re: The South East Flyers Thread Part 3
« Last post by swarrans on Yesterday at 12:08:49 »
Looking rather wet!...

Si
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Radio Gear / In the market for a new Radio perhaps!
« Last post by FlyinBrian on Yesterday at 11:32:41 »
My JR DSX9 has served me well for 9 years+ but its looking tatty and there are better radios around now and I have never liked the programming. I would like to migrate from DSM2 rather than the Leap I took from Multiplex to JR (Mpx were too slow to market with 2.4G)

Options

FrSKY - seems good and supports DSM2 using modules so can keep existing fleet as is for now. BUT
a/ I know I'll struggle with Open Source
b/ Although having a good rep there is not an established distribution network or pukka support - yes I know Mike Ridley is good but what, god forbid he gets ill or worse.

The bottom line is Its not Main Stream

Multiplex
Have had before and was very happy but they are always expensive for what you get albeit what you get is good! Their rx's are stupid money. No DSM support

Jetti - out of my price league (Say 600 max) and the rxs are expensive, No DSM support

There of course the exotics like the new Power Box (c2500 for a Tx) which uses Weatronic technology and then some..Again who supports it in the UK - I don't want to send it to Deuchland for repair or upgrade especially after Brexit. again no DSM support

Spektrum - is there any UK support now? I have been happy with all my Spekki  receivers and have only once sent one checking and an aerial was replaced free.

I am looking at 12 ch>  with nice sticks and ergonomics, I have bigish hands but the DSX9 fits well, I like the DSX9s sliders but not the aerial which is easy to break.

Once I decide on a make I'll go and try some Txs in a shop.

Sensible answers only please ::)

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