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Fabia130vRS

SOLVED: FLYSKY 6ch i6 TX or similar

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as above, looking for a cheap used working 6ch transmitter for my drone.

 

any offers welcome

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You have probably already looked but I just ordered a FS i6 from banggood, it cost NZD65 delivered with 1 rx which was a lot cheaper than a secondhand Futaba or Spektrum tx

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Thank you, sure, I am going on this really low budget for the drone, i6 off banggood is 45$ incl shipping with RX.

 

I am tempted to buy this RX as I want only to use it for my first drone

https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-t6a-v2-afhds-2-4ghz-6ch-transmitter-w-receiver-v2-mode-2.html

 

but if I find a i6 for that much or lower.. I dont know... I gave it a try... :).

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I have a couple of cheap futabas for sale on this site :)

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I paid less than £35 in the UK for my FS i6Tx with 1 Rx. It really is'nt worth messing about with 2nd hand stuff for that sort of money.

 

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4 hours ago, Bromley said:

I paid less than £35 in the UK for my FS i6Tx with 1 Rx. It really is'nt worth messing about with 2nd hand stuff for that sort of money.

 

Yeah but still

Not cheap enough. I am not intendig to own more then one drone for now, also anyother hobby with this kind of radio has not caught my attention. So cheap, is not cheap enough :)

I bought the Turnigy T6A v2 mode 2 instead.

at least 1 year warranty of HK.

for now my drone cost are at 115$, I have no FPV gear and battery yet, but at least I can learn to fly in sight. 

 

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7 hours ago, Fabia130vRS said:

Yeah but still

Not cheap enough. I am not intendig to own more then one drone for now, also anyother hobby with this kind of radio has not caught my attention. So cheap, is not cheap enough :)

I bought the Turnigy T6A v2 mode 2 instead.

at least 1 year warranty of HK.

for now my drone cost are at 115$, I have no FPV gear and battery yet, but at least I can learn to fly in sight. 

 

You need a cable to solder the rx to the multi star it can’t be plugged into the esc. That and receivers need to be light.

example check cable on this rx page 7, 8, 9

https://m.banggood.com/Flysky-X6B-2_4G-6CH-i-BUS-PPM-PWM-Receiver-for-AFHDS-i6s-i6-i6x-Transmitter-p-1101513.html?rmmds=search

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27 minutes ago, MICHAELs TopForce17 said:

You need a cable to solder the rx to the multi star it can’t be plugged into the esc.

example check cable on this rx page 7, 8, 9

https://m.banggood.com/Flysky-X6B-2_4G-6CH-i-BUS-PPM-PWM-Receiver-for-AFHDS-i6s-i6-i6x-Transmitter-p-1101513.html?rmmds=search

thank you for the heads up.

I havent got  to that part yet...still no decisions on esc, I tend more to make a seperate tower or 4 in 1... I will build the frame first and put some motors on... and think about it. :)

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9 hours ago, Fabia130vRS said:

thank you for the heads up.

I havent got  to that part yet...still no decisions on esc, I tend more to make a seperate tower or 4 in 1... I will build the frame first and put some motors on... and think about it. :)

This website will help you with your drone build.

https://www.fpvknowitall.com/fpv-shopping-list-controller-and-receiver/

https://www.fpvknowitall.com/ultimate-fpv-shopping-list/

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