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DX8 How To Pt. 3, Basic Airplane Setup

Discussion in 'Members Videos' started by Tony, Jul 10, 2012.

  1. Tony

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    Finally, we are going to start setting up the model memory in the DX8. In this video I walk you through setting up the model type, wing type, name and everything else needed to create a new Airplane model. If you have any questions, please click on the link above and sign up on the forum. We are always happy to help

     
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    Thanks for your dx8 how to series. It is plain enough to understand for this slow minded 76 year old who has taken up this hobby. Thanks also for your comment on DX8G2 being more like Dx9. Carl
     
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    Hey Carl, it's my pleasure.
     

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