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Noobee Lew
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 12:13 am
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Hey Y'all, new to the game and this forum. Couldn't see my original post so I thought I'd try this method. Probably need help with posting as well,,,
I have a new little 450 size Syma Double Horse 9101-S, 3 channel (I know, it was a gift) but I want to "fly" a simulator before I start collecting "spare parts". Any suggestions? I have read about Phoenix, Clearview, and a couple more, but they all seem to be set up for 4 or 6 channel controllers. Is there one out there that I can program my tx to give me a little practice time?
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 3:59 am
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Howdy Noobee Lew and welcome ,

Any simulator 3 channel craft will fly as a 3 channel only on any simulator that I have used. The other channels are not available on a 4~6 channel Tx.

Your main problem would be trying to get your Tx to work with the sim. If the whole thing comes with FMS (useless, probably why it's free) then it should work with ClearView. That is my choice of sim, I have AeroFly Pro as well and have uninstalled Pheonix, but spend 90% of my sim time on ClearView. (Just spent all day putting a retractable U/C on a Vulcan bomber for it Very Happy . Still more to do yet!)

Happy Trails,

Tom.
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Noobee Lew
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:40 am
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Thanks Tom, Been leaning in that direction and just seeking a little more info. Appreciate the quick response.
Lew
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 7:18 am
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You're very welcome Lew.

Tom.
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