Yes it does seem confusing when first setting-up your new radio.
I think much of the confusion arises from the mixed American\ Chinese language "Instruction Book" -- which very often makes things worse.
The "throttle right" layout you describe is often in this Country called Mode 1 and is popular with some helicopter and power flyers.
Almost all model boaters use "Mode 2" or " throttle left " layout. Your handbook should describe how to switch from Mode 1 to Move 2 - as the good Admiral advised; when things should rapidly become far clearer.
Remember with a simple power boat we are only using 2 of the transmitters 's 4 channels. By trial and errorwe are thus looking for the Receiver plug socket for throttle ( or ESC) now on the left stock up and down. Similarly, you are looking for the socket giving rudder movement on the right stick - horizontal travel.
Once this is done use " servo reversing" if necessary to give corresponding rudder movement when looking from behind the model.
Similarly, you are looking for motor off with the left stock in the middle of it's up-down travel. Pushing the stock up should make the motor run forward ( at full speed feel the air blowing back when holding your hand behind the prop). Pulling the stock back should then reverse the motor.
In either case if not simply reverse the corresponding channel using channel reverse.
With best wishes. Dr John F. 😁😁😁
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