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Old 09-19-2013, 01:17 PM   #1
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I read that the V911 micro will bind to the 9x.....

Anyone done this and is it worth the small saving in price against buying RTF version with WL Tx?

I have already 9x but don't really want to use up a memory slot unless it's a real benefit over the stock tx.

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I use mine with my 9x running ER9x software. The short answer is yes, it's worth doing. The sticks are much better and you can program in things like expo and dual rates which helps. Sometimes it doesn't bind on the first try.

I have the stock TX too and do end up flying with that if I take the heli with me somewhere or let children fly it. The stock TX fits in the box it came with and its just convenient. Might be worth it to get the TX anyway, it's cheap!

One other thing, the stock TX doesn't seem to hold trim values when it's turned off. Your 9x will and that's nice.

It's a surprisingly durable little heli. Good trainer.

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I have 2 x 450 SE V2's ... and to be honest my interest has reduced on them ... but other day I saw mates Girlfriend flying a V911 ... and thought - blimey !!

What I like is it's a proper heli instead of like my Syma Co-Ax that is useless outside. She was flying it steady in slight breeze that would kill my Syma.

Looking on BangGood site ... they have the V911-Pro at same price .. does that bind as well to the 9x ? Is the Pro worth getting instead of the V911 ... ?

How easy is it to Bind the 9x to it ? Any chance of a sequence listing ? ie

a) ....
b) ....

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No idea on the V911 pro.

The V911 does bind to the 9x. Sometimes it has trouble but I attributed that to a more powerful TX signal being reflected indoors. I really don't know however.

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Originally Posted by pmullen503 View Post
No idea on the V911 pro.

The V911 does bind to the 9x. Sometimes it has trouble but I attributed that to a more powerful TX signal being reflected indoors. I really don't know however.
How do you bind 9x to the 911 ?

I read the manual and it just talks about plug in battery and let it read Tx.

Do you not have to press bind button or not ? Actually I just realised - both my 9x's are FrSky modules - so I would need to put the FlySky one back in ... DOH !!

Just a thought - does the 6ch FlySky bind ok to it ? That's a real cheap solution for more capable radio than the stock ... IF it does.

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Whats the max rate a v911 battery can be charged at safely without shortening it's life ?

I ask because I would prefer to charge of my B6 than use USB all the time.

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The USB charger seems to work at about 2C which is probably safe. The batteries are cheap so 5 or 6 batteries and a parallel charging board would allow you to fly pretty much continuously. You'll have to find the right male connectors.

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Well I pushed the Buy it button on the V911-1 RTF + a pack of 5 extra batterys ...

Later I shall likely buy another 9x as I want more flexibility and I like the idea of Tx's ... using more than one in my mind is better security in terms of not over-drawing Tx batterys / capability etc. It will also allow me to run 1 Tx with original FlySky module while my existing 2 remain on FrSky. Either that or go for a CT6B ...

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Because I want to use my FlySky system for the 911 when it comes ... I'm torn between whether to get another 9x radio (Turnigy without module - I have module etc. at home unused) or a 9xr and use that module.

Price is about same $50 ... but the 9xr is modified I believe for the LiPo tx pack they do at HK ... and HK are in trouble with shipping people for LiPo transportation.

So what to do ... I don't want to revert my FrSky 9x's to FlySky (I have two 9x now) ... and they are full memory's anyway ...

9xr or 9x ? To be honest because I know how to fit AA NiMH without any trouble to the 9x ... I am not convinced to choose 9xr just for that .. and anyway - the designed pack for it will cause trouble shipping.

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