It's not necessary to rebind your rx when you replace servos. But as I recall, you're switching servo brands. In that case, just re-bind.
This question is similar to your question about being able to just bolt on new servos without really doing any of the setup required of the flybarless controller.
Frankly, binding is a ten second affair and allows you to make sure your failsafe settings are what you want them to be, and the FBL controller setup takes maybe 10-15 minutes out of your day.
If you want a helicopter that just flies "so-so", you skip the decent setup steps. If you want a heli that flies well and is predictable, you spend a few more minutes going through the setup steps.
Just re-read and saw the "going to reset my TX" statement. Bind the RX, set your failsafe settings at that time.
> Yes Sir Dave, I was just a little confused sometimes, and hesitant to ask questions. My servos just arrived and just excited, though I cant really fly it yet since it's snowing here and cold..but at the same time want to be ready for the summer...or maybe when it gets a little warmer...... So I'll just reset my radio and bind and do all the set ups.....thanks
You will need a full setup (at least servo centering, direction, throw, etc)
> Ok. Thanks Sir Jim..
I would do a rebind after your new servo set up since they are a different brand and so on and for sure on a transmitter reset. Anytime I change anything major I do a rebind.
> rcmiket, yes will rebind to make sure.