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aashu

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scotch plains, NJ

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Currently using an old beasts and I am not very confident how it is acting up on larger size machine with jeti. I want to upgrade to something newer that works with this radio

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12-10-2016 12:56 PM
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DemetriusUSN

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Look at the Spirit or Spirit Pro to work with the Jeti. Excellent fbl unit I have 2.

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Tool Man Vegas

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Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A

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Brain2 is great with jeti. It has integration so you can set up from and adjust from the transmitter. There are also a few different size to fit your application.

12-10-2016 01:52 PM
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gt48

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and last but not least is the Spartan vortex in terms of integration. I think all 3 units are probably great, each with their advantages, and disadvantages. I've run Spartan and Brain and like them both for how they fly and tunability. Haven't tried Spirit though it was the first to have integration with Jeti. I currently run all Spartan. There is a good radio and integration guide for the Spartan

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw...0RLdzVIUlk/view

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pctomlin

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For me there would be only one choice at this time, Brain2. Do some research on the three units suggested and then choose the best one that fits your needs.

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12-10-2016 02:22 PM
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marc28

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The design of the FBL system determines the flight characteristics of the helicopter. The radio "brand can" determine how well they work together. I've flown multiple FBL systems over the last 8-9 years. They have improved tremendously. IF you are flying large scale helicopters, I would suggest you try the Bavarian Demon 3X. It really is easy to set up and it is "scale" friendly. The default settings will get you flying around. It won't do anything scary

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12-10-2016 04:25 PM
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aashu

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Thanks

Thanks friends.

Appreciate the advise and will look at all of the FBLs you suggested.
I will let you know which one I go with

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12-11-2016 09:44 PM
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ticedoff8

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One more thing to consider is support.

MSH has released 2 major software updates in '16
The first featured a new version of "Rescue" and the second introduced full bi-directional integration with Jeti.

These are free upgrades and no additional "licenses" to buy.

I would expect to see more upgrades in '17. They may be on a similar level as the two that were released last year.

And, I expect them to continue to be free upgrades.

But, make sure it is a Brain 2.

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12-12-2016 09:46 PM
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Ace Dude

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Take a look at the new Bavarian Demon Axon.

  

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pctomlin

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If you want to get an idea of how easy the Brain is to setup download the software and run in demo mode. Left panel has detailed instructions for each tab and hovering the mouse over a point gives you details on what setting changes do and the default setting.

http://www.msheli.com/en/MSHeli-Pro...ystem/downloads

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12-14-2016 01:56 AM
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corywrx

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The owner of MSH USA has hinted that the Brain2 is about to get some major updates in 2017. Something about integration with ESC's, to have telemetry without third party sensors like the Jlog. He hasn't released too many details yet.

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12-14-2016 08:12 PM
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pctomlin

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MSH is in beta testing of Spektrum SRXL protocol right now with a hinted release around year end. Things are getting very interesting for Brain/iKon users.

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12-15-2016 03:00 AM
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aashu

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scotch plains, NJ

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Hi

Appreciate the info guys. I ended up ordering MSH Brian 2. To me, cost wise , user friendliness , compatibility and features, this was a best option.

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12-16-2016 01:41 PM
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corywrx

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Nice!

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12-16-2016 06:18 PM
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aashu

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scotch plains, NJ

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Thanks

Brian 2 seems good so far. I was able to load the device file to DC-16 and it now shows under device explorer.

Question for some of you folks.

I have an R3 receiver that I am connecting to a Jeti control box 200 on one of the ext as exbus, Brain is connected to control box on to EXT1. I really like using control box since I can attach 2 receivers for dual path and have two batteries hooked up. My question is, how would I attach the servovs ?
In a typical situation, I would have just R3 and Brain controller and servos will be connected to Brian.

Any help is appreciated

- Ashish

Garden State, NJ

12-20-2016 03:24 PM
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CoachE

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Cincinnati, ohio -usa

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Battle test proven

I'm with Marc28

The Bavarian Demon is very jeti/scale friendly. i don't have a jeti but i have seen it in many different scale machines and has passed the battle tests.
oops i see you made you choice..... should have read further.... please keep us in the looe as to your results.

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