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

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

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

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Trigger and wheel feel is smooth and precise with little to no play. It is sturdy yet light in the hand even with batteries in and at no point has it ever felt like a burden. Ergonomics are fine even for a weirdo like me that is right handed yet holds a wheel transmitter like a leftie. Select appropriate size 25 7.4V lithium battery with a JST connector. Make sure it is connected with the This binding information only applies to the FS—GTS and the FS—BSG receiver, different receivers may require The AFHDS 2A (Automatic Frequency Hopping Digital System Second Generation) developed and patented by The drift function, called SVC in the radio, allows you to operate the car with a gyro assisting the steering servo, this aids in counter steering by smoothing out the movement of the steering servo, it makes holding a long drift extremely easy. It can also be used to settle down the steering in 2WD rear wheel cars such as F1 racing cars or rear wheel tourers.

Futaba 4PM, Spektrum DX5 or Sanwa MT44 are the cheapest "proper" radios from the known brands. I have a 4PM and rate it, the MT44 was also nice when I tried one.Function Settings ............................................................................................................ 10 Unlike the FS-GT5 and the RC7GS V3, the FS-G7P transmitter has no external antenna which makes this one easy to throw in a bag (although the FS-GT5 antenna does fold down well). Range is good, better than the FS-GT5 at distance where I have trouble seeing even large cars (around 200m). I can't exhaust the range without running an FPV setup so will just say the range should be enough for 95% of the users out there. I bought two new Rxs as they were cheap enough, and all seemed ok-ish. the range was much improved, but the symptoms i get just before it loses range all together is a delay in response. both steering and throttle. this still did happen, closer than i would expect, but it didnt really cause me too much issues bashing. Then bought another RC car, and since i figured i would sell the previous one on, i moved the Rx to the new car. First run out with the new car, crappy range again. Pay close attention to the following symbols and their meanings. Failure to follow these warnings could cause

Im leaning towards the futaba 3pv at the moment. Futaba do a 2 channel reciever for 25 quid which seems like a fair price. Its not on the compatability chart, which is annoying, but it seems like it should work with the 3pv. If the control surfaces are not moved to their maximum positions the wheel and trigger may not work 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. With incorporated gyroscopes in the FSBS line of receivers you can utilize the built in SVC feature in the GT5. SVC is FlySky’s version of traction control. When properly configured the SVC function will keep your vehicle going in your desired direction by slightly altering the throttle and the steering.If you are using another transmitter or receiver, follow the steps below to bind the transmitter and receiver: 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. Once binding is complete the transmitter will exit bind mode. Remove the power and bind cable from the There's also a clever setting on the GT5 for Priority. This determines how much the wheel input will override the gyro. I think if you have 100% priority the wheel will override the gyro and on 0% the gyro will override the wheel; anything in between and it will mix the values. I can't say for sure tho as I couldn't really tell that this setting was doing anything at all.



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