meg123
I have built a f-18 now and used my stock 4 ch transmitter on it. but i wanna buid a new plane with spoilerons and all that goos stuff i have looked on this to transmititters

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http://www.throttlestore.com/radio_equipment/wfly_wft07_7ch_2.4ghz_dsss.aspx?lang=EN


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can some won help?
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wheelbarrowjackson
Buy the best transmitter you can afford or if you're looking for a cheaper option, get the most capable on in your price range.

The current favorite seems to be the Turnigy 9x. It's cheaper than either of those, easily modified and comes with a 8 channel receiver. Take a look at erajomppa's thread here.
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meg123
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Buy the best transmitter you can afford or if you're looking for a cheaper option, get the most capable on in your price range.

The current favorite seems to be the Turnigy 9x. It's cheaper than either of those, easily modified and comes with a 8 channel receiver. Take a look at erajomppa's thread here.




here do i buy it??
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Rcjetflyer2
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__19673__Turnigy_9X_9Ch_Transmitter_w_Module_8ch_Receiver_Mode_2_v2_Firmware_USA_Warehouse_.html
Turnigy 9x
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Grey


Nope. Out of stock. has been for a while. Same with International.

Try here:

http://www.giantcod.co.uk/flysky-fsth9b-channel-transmitter-with-module-p-406149.html
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squishy
It's worth waiting for if you cannot afford the DX6i, spoilerons and such are a pain without a good radio that can do it all...
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poplharris
I just love my good ole T6 config radio by Exceed RC. Iv had this thing over two years now without ever 1 problem. I dont even think you can get these things anymore but heres a link to the V2 http://www.hobbypartz.com/79p-ct6b-r6b-radiosystem.html which I think is even better anyhow. Iv built planes for a couple of my buddies and gave them this same transmitter without any problems either.
thanks
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papabearflying
Buy a cheapo radio and there is the danger of losing planes, in a better quality radio you can do Delta mixing
That´s my 10 cents
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meg123
okay so can somwon give me a link to a good 6ch then?
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dtribby
A "Good" 6CH? here:

http://www.horizonhobby.com/products/dx6i-dsmx-6-channel-full-range-without-servo-md2-SPM6610

Poplharris already gave you a link to a computerized 6Ch that will get you started pretty well w/o a big investment. His link would be my choice for a very beginner if you can't afford the one I just linked to. The 9x is also a good radio for a little more that the CT6B: http://www.hobbypartz.com/79p-th9x-r9b-9channel-radio.html .

Either way, "good" and "cheap" don't really live on the same URL. You're going to have to decide how much you want to spend and get the best radio you can afford. For $27, the CT6 is hard to beat for what it does. The 9x does WAY more than a $50-$90 radio should, but it does. The DX6i (or Futaba 6ex) is still the gold standard in the 6ch world, in my opinion.
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0Ld_Sko0L
This 6ch transmitter also cheap
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=9042
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