9XR tx/frsky hack kit

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9XR tx/frsky hack kit

Postby hohocc » Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:43 pm

Bruce mentioned a while back in his 9XR review that at some point he'd do a video on how to install the internal frsky kit using the standard internal aerial rather than plugging in a module and having the aerial external to that. He's obviously a busy lad and has had other topics to make videos on since then, is there anywhere else out there where such a video has been made, or an article on doing the internal conversion? Am considering a 9XR but to my mind one of its best features is the internal aerial, and all my models have frsky rxs.
Secondly, he mentioned in the review (if I've heard it correctly) that when using the trainer switch the switch must be held "on" against its spring for the INSTRUCTOR to fly. This is the opposite of my futaba gear, did I hear that right?
Thanks.
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Re: 9XR tx/frsky hack kit

Postby slow_jun » Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:09 am

dont know if this is what you are referring too,

http://www.parkflyer.ru/static/user_fil ... 677cbf.pdf

http://forum.turnigy9xr.com/converting- ... -t362.html


this uses the DJT, but it uses the Frsky Module and in built screen as telemetry.

goodluck, im also contemplating on getting one but with the reviews of the taranis, just add 100 and you get a better product with less Hack... well just a newbie and still a lot to learn but it beats you hacking up 9xr.
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Re: 9XR tx/frsky hack kit

Postby BillGriffiths100 » Wed Oct 16, 2013 2:51 pm

If you are interested in getting into this stuff open RC forums is the place to look for hacks and programming:
http://openrcforums.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=95
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