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02-12-2006 07:02 PM  12 years agoPost 1
ket

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I'm using a hitec electron 6 RX what would be the correct position for plugs. using futaba 401, align 35/gov. do I plug esc into slot 4 or slot for battery?

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02-12-2006 07:10 PM  12 years agoPost 2
kookboy

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Ch1 Aileron servo
Ch2 Elevator servo
Ch3 ESC (throttle)
Ch4 Gyro (rudder)
Ch5 Gyro gain switch (red one)
Ch6 Pitch servo

... But honey it was only $$$

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02-12-2006 07:13 PM  12 years agoPost 3
dkshema

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Kookboy may be incorrect. The actual channel order depends upon the TRANSMITTER you are using. The order WILL BE DIFFERENT for JR vs FUTABA transmitters.

So, which TRANSMITTER are you using?

If a FUTABA, the order will be:

CH1 - Aileron (Roll Cyclic)
CH2 - Elevator (Pitch Cyclic)
CH3 - Throttle (ESC Plugs in here)
CH4 - Gyro - three lead plug (Rudder)
CH5 - Landing Gear (Gyro Sensitivity here)
CH6 - Aux 1 (Collective Pitch Servo goes here)

If a JR, the order will be:

CH1 - Throttle (ESC Plugs in here)
CH2 - Aileron (Roll Cyclic)
CH3 - Elevator (Pitch Cyclic)
CH4 - Gyro - three lead plug (Rudder)
CH5 - Landing Gear (Gyro Sensitivity here)
CH6 - Aux 1 (Collective Pitch Servo goes here)


Dave

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02-12-2006 07:18 PM  12 years agoPost 4
kookboy

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oops.

Forgot to ask as well.

This setup will be for Futaba/Hitec radios.

... But honey it was only $$$

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02-12-2006 08:39 PM  12 years ago •• Post 5 ••
ket

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sorry I should of said futaba 7c..

when you sayred one I am guessing red plug not red wire

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02-12-2006 08:47 PM  12 years agoPost 6
c mark smith

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Long before you start sticking stuff in the heli,

connect all the electric parts and see what does what,,,,,,,,,,,

I saved a lot of time this way,,,,,,,,,,,

When doing my Shogun, I copied a fellow flyers wiring, had everything in the wrong place, thought my servos were bad as they didn't work when I thought they should,,,,,,,,,,,,,

had elevator and collective doing their thing and no aileron, well you get the picture,,,,,,,,,,,

finally figured the Hitec was OK with either radio, but with an 8103, needed different locations than my frineds Futabs something or other,,,,,,,,,,

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03-05-2006 12:48 AM  12 years agoPost 7
Raptor3DPilot

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What is the correct wiring for a RD-8000??

Remember when flying inverted that down is up and up is EXPENSIVE!

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03-05-2006 01:17 AM  12 years agoPost 8
ShellDude

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East Coventry, PA

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Gonna assume an 8000 is the same as a 6000

It follows the futaba/hitec standard.

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