Can I bind the Trex 250 to the Flysky FS-6i 6CH? I’m having trouble doing it… where do I put the bind plug?
Thank you, I got the helicopter bnf from Facebook market place and I can’t afford a better transmitter. I believe the receiver is a Align MiniGRS Flybarless System. Sorry my English is not great
Thank you, I have flown other 3d helicopters and I have gotten pretty good at flying 3d however I still will crash and should definitely still save for Realflight, no matter how many times I crash I will not leave the hobby. Thank you for spending your time to help me.Manuals are available for download off of the manufacturers websites which can be found with a simple internet search.
The Flybarless system you have is compatible with
You mention not being able to afford a better radio and I get that. I also understand that a helicopter is an advanced RC aircraft and even good pilots will crash them often... which will result in having to by parts to replace it often. I hope you have already learned to fly before you bought it... if not, consider saving up for a good RC flight simulator for a PC like Realflight to learn on before you try learning on your own. It will more than pay for itself in fewer crashes. You will still crash from time to time, but if you trained first it should be less often.
- Built-in Futaba S-FHSS 2.4GHz support for Futaba S-FHSS transmitter
A better for a beginner aircraft is an airplane... even these will take practice which a flight simulator is still recommended. I am not trying to discourage you but to give you realistic expectations so you aren't discouraged and just quit the hobby all together.
Don't feel bad...we all crash sooner or later. If it's not the electronics, brain fart, muscle memory, or what I call sometimeimer's @ my age Whatever the cause is...it's the price we pay to playThank you, I have flown other 3d helicopters and I have gotten pretty good at flying 3d however I still will crash and should definitely still save for Realflight, no matter how many times I crash I will not leave the hobby. Thank you for spending your time to help me.