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Cx2 controler for fomies

Old 11-11-2009, 10:37 PM
Alex Moore
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Default Cx2 controler for fomies

just wondering what kind of set up would i need to use a 5 channel controller that comes with the cx2 on a fomie and how would i go about getting the right cristles and such
will the batteries that come with the cx2 work for a fomie what do i need to by that i can not be striped off of the cx2
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Old 11-12-2009, 12:40 AM
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Default LP5DSM you mean the LP5DSM
The transmitter that comes with the cx2 is spectrum it doest need any cristles.
The LP stands for low power so there is not a lot of range up to 300 feet in might work for flying indoor or flying really close to yourself. But if you plan to fly it outside high up I would recommend getting a Dx6i or a dx7 you can buy just the radio or their are combos that come with servos and a receiver. These are just some options. And for the battery it depends on what kind of foamy you buy or build and the weight and power setup it uses.

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