|11-10-2007, 10:15 AM||#11|
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Difference between 9C super and 9C
The 9C Super differs from the standard 9C in that the Super's glider
mode offers three offsets that can be customized, launch, thermal
and speed with camber. The four camber mixes can be set up on one
screen and programmed to any of the variable dials.
The Airplane mode offers a selectable switch using channels 5, 7 and
8. All can be set up as 2-rate (up or down) or a 3-rate (up/center/
down) and a gyro gain menu.
The airbrake is now switch selectable.
The Heli mode throttle and pitch curve offer a delay for smoother
transition from hover to idle-up. The throttle hold and idle-up
can be assigned to any switch.
For additional helpful information, consider purchasing the
Traplet Publications Futaba 9C The User's Guide, TPNZ1009.
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