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Flysky FS-GT5 6CH AFHDS RC Transmitter w/ FS-BS6 Receiver for RC Car Boat

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So what is the go to radio system these days? some years ago i had the Spektrum DX2 and was pretty happy with it (it was all about spektrum in those days). The Spektrum systems on the ARRMA cars gets a right slating though, These seem to use different systems. The DX2 used "DSM" and the ARRMA versions use "FHSS" Are the better Spektrum systems still worthwhile? System Interface ............................................................................................................... 9 I really enjoy using this controller, for me I've been running it in my budget brushless 124018. The controller has a good weight to it and although it is clearly made of plastic it has a better presence and weight to it than the Flysky-FS-GT5 (which I really rate). I also prefer it to the Radiolink RC6GS V3 I recently reviewed and of course the DumboRC X6 doesn't really compete. I would prefer a sponge covered wheel but this will be easy to change - hopefully Flysky offers a budget option here but the plastic wheel is ok for now. If you are using another transmitter or receiver, follow the steps below to bind the transmitter and receiver:

To ensure the gyroscope works as expected install the receiver horizontally at less that 10 degrees This has caused me enough trouble now, so i'm looking to move on to something else. i know plenty have had no issues with the flysky, but i'm not doing anything out of the ordinary here. Select appropriate size 25 7.4V lithium battery with a JST connector. Make sure it is connected with the

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while maintaining lower power consumption and high reliable receiver sensitivity, FLYSKY's AFHDS technology Once binding is complete the transmitter will exit bind mode. Remove the power and bind cable from the

One of the stand out features of the GT5 is its ergonomic design. It is comfortable to hold and has a large, easy to read LCD display that shows you all the important information you need to control your vehicle. The buttons and controls are also well-positioned, making it easy to navigate the menus and make adjustments on the fly. In terms of functionality, The FlySky GT5 is a powerhouse. It offers a range of programmable functions, including servo reversing, endpoint adjustments, and dual rate settings. This allows you to fine tune your vehicle's performance to your exact specifications. The GT5 also supports telemetry, which means that you can monitor important data such as battery voltage and temperature in real-time. This is a pretty boring section for good reason - it does what you'd expect. For range I practically get about as far as I can see my big 1/10 scale DHK Hunter SCT which is probably about 200m. So far as I know I've never has a failsafe. The only way I could really push range is by setting a car up for FPV but then you are starting to get into a niche application. So in summary, for line of sight operation as we do, range is perfectly acceptable. For what it's worth I ran this same protocol in my quads and had an easy 500m range. I forgot to mention the antenna can flip up if you need extra range but since I've never gone out of range I don't really have a need.Had i have come on here asking if the flysky gt3-c is any good. A load of people would be saying how great they are and that they havent had any issues. And quite rightly so.

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