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01-24-2007 10:47 PM  10 years agoPost 1
jbock24

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Loveland, Ohio USA

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I,ve read all the suggestions I can find and looked at helidirect
information. If you have a part list out there to switch the BCP
over to seperates I'd appreciate it. I would love to use my JR radio.
I'm running the high authority tail and 370 brushed motor, but Im not opposed to going brushless on the main notor.

if you can't beat em, sneak up from behind..

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01-24-2007 11:08 PM  10 years agoPost 2
futuramille

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SC USA

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If you want to stay brushed and use say a JR6102.

GWS 6ch RX
Eflight 2 in 1
PG03 or Cirrus piezo gyro

thats cheap and gets the job done with your JR TX

Brushless on the main...brushed on tail

GWS 6ch RX
Eflight 2 in 1 to mix and drive the tail
CC10 bl esc
Himax 2015 3600 or 370 park motor
PG03 or Cirrus Piezo gyro

Brushless on the main and tail

GWS 6ch RX
CC10 bl esc X 2
Himax 2015 3600 or 370 park motor
Eflite G90 or GY240 HH gyro
Fuegeo 12mm 4100kv long can w/GWS direct drive addaptor and GWS 4530 prop



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.....I need more batteries!!!

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01-24-2007 11:11 PM  10 years agoPost 3
toeknee73

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Watervliet, ny

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Fuegeo 12mm 4100kv long can

where do you get this motor?

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01-24-2007 11:22 PM  10 years agoPost 4
jbock24

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Loveland, Ohio USA

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cool

The radio is an older XF-622, I've just about had enough of this bird though, I keep saying that and keep spending money.......

if you can't beat em, sneak up from behind..

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01-25-2007 12:10 AM  10 years agoPost 5
RaptorBee

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Minnesota

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If all you want to do use use your computer radio then the parts list is really simple:

1 x Rx Crystal - Single conversion

Done!

Going seperates is only needed if you want to go further i.e. add HH gyro (still not necessary if you have a CP Pro with the 3in1 or go brushless (not totally necessary as you can buy an adaptor).

I use my Futaba T7CHP with my HoneyBee CP2 (same as blade), and it is a worthwhile upgrade for less than $10.

Hope this helps.

RaptorBee (Stuart)

T-Rex 550E Flybar
T-Rex 450SE
E325 Mini Titan

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01-25-2007 01:06 AM  10 years agoPost 6
jbock24

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Loveland, Ohio USA

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crystal

could I not just use the one out of the original transmitter?

if you can't beat em, sneak up from behind..

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01-25-2007 01:24 AM  10 years agoPost 7
RaptorBee

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Minnesota

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I am not sure why or how, but Tx crystals and Rx crystals are different. You will need to buy a single conversion JR crystal for the Rx. I got one from Ebay for my Futaba/Honeybee setup.

Hopefully a JR user will chime in on this as I know for Futaba I needed a specific type of crystal to make this work.

RaptorBee

T-Rex 550E Flybar
T-Rex 450SE
E325 Mini Titan

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01-25-2007 01:46 AM  10 years agoPost 8
slider46

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Ocala Florida

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I think the JR radios are all positive shift and the stock 3in1 are negitive shift. so your going to have to do the JR hack to the 3in1 unit to use that radio...

Tom..... No "D" flying....

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01-25-2007 02:06 AM  10 years agoPost 9
RaptorBee

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Minnesota

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Oops, sorry if I oversimplified. I guess I got lucky when I went with a Futaba radio!

RaptorBee

T-Rex 550E Flybar
T-Rex 450SE
E325 Mini Titan

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