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>> Home > Forum > Electrical Related > 4 Motors 1 Stick
4 Motors 1 Stick
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cormorant
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Forum Posts: 198
3rd Mar 2018 14:24  
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Gentlemen, today's question.
I have four motors in my, under construction, 1/200 HMS Hood. They are wired with two dual esc's, one for the port motors and one for the starboard.
I have a Turnigy 9x transmitter.
I would like to be able to use the port and starboard motors for maneouverabilty (I think that's how you spell it), eg reverse starboard, forward port etc. This is in addition to all four ahead and reverse and right and left rudder.
It would be great if I could do all this with one stick.
I have done something similar with a Spectrum 6ch and two motors using such things as VTail and Flaperon, but instructions with the Turnigy are not that clear.
Is anyone willing to take up the challenge?

Thank you

Steve

BigAlio
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Forum Posts: 44
3rd Mar 2018 15:20  
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Hi can you use a mixer there is one on ebay item no: 122991060952
there is a pdf file there showing operation hope this helps

cormorant
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Forum Posts: 198
3rd Mar 2018 16:03  
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Thanks. I will have a look.

kmbcsecretary
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Forum Posts: 156
3rd Mar 2018 16:12  
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From what I can remember is to press the menu key once then select settings using the + - keys then press menu to select go to second page of settings then select prog.mix and here is were you can set the options for the f.mode (mix) switch if you Google the flysky 9ch set they are basically the same instructions for the 9x
Hope this helps


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kmbcsecretary
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Forum Posts: 156
3rd Mar 2018 16:27  
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Here is the manual


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kmbcsecretary
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Forum Posts: 156
3rd Mar 2018 16:29  
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Here is the manual


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kmbcsecretary
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Forum Posts: 156
3rd Mar 2018 16:42  
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Something went wrong with the download if you go on hobbyking.com and search turnigy 9x you will find the manual in the file uploads


Former tug nut now switched to sail because of health
cormorant
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Forum Posts: 198
3rd Mar 2018 17:11  
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Thank you for trying - it didn't download in your PM either. Not to worry, I will download it from the website.
Cheers
Steve

RNinMunich
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Forum Posts: 1542
3rd Mar 2018 21:59  
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Hi Steve, I have a much better English manual for the Turnigy TXs, only the 6 Ch version but the basics are the same just - extrapolate the channel allocation instructions to 9 channels, and no Chinese gobbledygook like from Hobbyking😊 Conrad shop here in Germany market the same beast under their brand-name 'Reely', yes really😉
PDF to download attached. Good luck, Doug 😎


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Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 cheers Doug
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the Courage to change things that I can, and
the Wisdom to know the difference!