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IRX6 Multiprotocol TX Module for Flysky FS-i6 i6x Transmitter Compatibility List
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IRX6 Multi Protocol Module With RTF Quads using the NRF24L01 protocol

do you have lots of RTF quads? yeah me too  and too many tx's to keep track of with
battery swapping  or they are just to dinky to use.
stop High Five  that noise.. 
anyway  i made up this list from a old Devo database so i'd know what works with the module
check it out there are 200 or so using the NRF24L01 protocol.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...edit#gid=0

module  only works with Flysky FS-i6  or FS-i6x . not the FS-i6s
note that if you have FlyPlus firmware right stick commands to bind will not work.
no problems with stock Flysky FS-i6  or FS-i6x.

if you want the best Thumbs Up  mod firmware for your FS-i6 that makes your old 6ch
into a 10/14ch tx with about 30 alarms, timers and the ability to add an extra switch
SW_E or turn SWB into 3position switch . i think you can also add a vari switch instead of SWE.
flashing is easy but you need a data cable to do the deed. latest version 1.7.1
has altitude calculation using TGY-CAT01 on Flysky sensor/servo rx's

https://github.com/qba667/FlySkyI6/releases
there is also a support site .
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthre...21/page187

iRX6 module about $8
https://www.banggood.com/IRangeX-iRX6-Mu...rehouse=CN
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Hey Buzz,
There isn't any problem linking to items, even affiliate links are allowed on the forum, but it is polite to advise people when you are using them.
Most importantly, don't spam the forum with loads of affiliated links to products that will be of no interest or that have already been mentioned elsewhere.

Thanks for taking the time to collate, and share, such a useful list!
Windless fields and smokeless builds
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(18-Dec-2017, 02:46 PM)Tom BD Bad Wrote: Hey Buzz,
There isn't any problem linking to items, even affiliate links are allowed on the forum, but it is polite to advise people when you are using them.
Most importantly, don't spam the forum with loads of affiliated links to products that will be of no interest or that have already been mentioned elsewhere.

Thanks for taking the time to collate, and share, such a useful list!
thanks for the heads up! i think its
kinda crass to join up and start trying to sell stuff your first few posts.
 i run a scooter forum and its lots of work keeping out the spamers
luckily the Stop Forum Spam software checks UN,PW and Email of new users with
the data base and flags em if they have been reported..
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Ahh a scooter forum, now I get it... I was wondering what it is you burn for your magic blue smoke, Now I understand its 2 stroke fuel!
Windless fields and smokeless builds
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(19-Dec-2017, 11:21 AM)Tom BD Bad Wrote: Ahh a scooter forum, now I get it... I was wondering what it is you burn for your magic blue smoke, Now I understand its 2 stroke fuel!

yes  the magic blue smoke! also if you fry your FC you'll get some too..
MBS is a "right of passage"  for us quad guys i think.
and also i live in a MBS state Cool ROFL Popcorn Whistling very helpful if you don't sleep well at night
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