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Latest Shipped and Received Syma X6 Supership
Differences in wiring!
Tags: Syma X9
January 10, 2015 - 8:43 am

The only tip is you must pay attention to exactly what trim control applies to what.  The manuals are very poorly written!  I already sent that comment direct to SYMA.

Naturally, there has been NO response.

Trimming one of these really can be a pain!  I've been through two now, and It doesn't get ANY easier.

Fact is, this second one is driving me batty!  I am really having issues with getting it dialed in.

Regards, Sarge

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Syma Freak
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January 6, 2015 - 5:41 pm
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  I still haven't got my X6 skyward yet. Either I'm working

or it's too windy. It is the beginning of winter here.

This is worse than a diabetic kid in a candy store, good luck with yours!

I have a review coming as soon as things allow. Any tips,

let us know!

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Syma Freak
January 1, 2015 - 11:48 am

SF, Brushless motors would drive up the cost. We aren't likely to see them on these unless the price point climbs to account for the motors and the circuitry to drive them. These boards do not have the room, and they certainly don't have any cooling. I've been unplugging the dumb LED systems. They are worthless and simply draw power from the batteries.

I've seen brushless motor systems in other equipment for a couple decades. The control system is not trivial, nor is it without price and weight penalties. However, since they don't get off the ground, it doesn't matter.

Regards, Sarge

Syma Freak
December 26, 2014 - 3:04 pm
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Great post..guess stilll not brushless motors yet?.. thank you for the information helps us all.

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December 25, 2014 - 8:10 am

I received the very latest shipping Syma X6 Supership yesterday morning.

They have indeed changed the wiring under the hood!

The *Early* one I obtained has the Red/Blue wired Motor Units at the *REAR* points on the Control PCB, and the Red/Black wired Motor Units at the *FRONT* points on the Control PCB.

This latest is wired as follows:

The Left Front is a Red/Blue wired Motor Unit.

The Right Front is a Red/Black wired Motor Unit.

The Left Rear is a Red/Black wired Motor Unit.

The Right Rear is a Red/Blue wired Motor Unit.

So this is a change from the *Early* one I obtained.

As to the Slicktron RC replacement board, It *WILL* be an Experiment!  I will also be using the A and B replacement motor units.

I'll tell you right now - The A and B replacement motor units *ARE* significantly STRONGER!

Regards, Bob, Robert, or Sarge.

Merry Christmas to each and everyone!  Happy Hanukkah!

This Old Sarge does NOT Discriminate!  I include ALL races, faiths, plus young and old!

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