I got a Dynam A-10 Thunderbolt 2 for my son,and when we unboxed it literally every wire that could be disconnected was.Before I burn something up,I thought maybe ya'll would have the correct instructions.Thanks.
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Thanks,guys.We got it up and running now.I appreciate the quick response.
Hey guys, same problem here. Although I have an awesome wife who got me the A10, I've never assembled, flown or dealt with RC planes at all. I need help from assembly to charging the battery. The biggest problem I see is the 2 throttle cables seem like they should connect to a Y cable from the receiver module, but there is no Y and only 1 input for throttle. am I missing something? I played with the connections and seemed to have the ailerons, landing gear and everything else right. when I did plug one throttle directly to the receiver it did turn on and stay on so I know it works.
I have a Dynam Supermate DC6 balance charger as well. I put it to "charge", set the battery amp to 2.1, volts to 11.1 and hit start. but the amps and volts change to a different number and the thing goes nuts beeping.
Also with the radio, what is the right sequence to connect the radio to the plane? I had it once but couldn't get it again
Hi and welcome Cartist! Not to be a downer but don't try to fly that as your first plane as it's not a beginners plane. That is more for someone who is fairly competent at flying R/C planes. It's a good idea to build it and then put it up on a shelf somewhere to look at and make it your goal, while crashing and crashing a true beginners plane, to someday be good enough to fly the A-10. Grab one of these as your first plane... http://www.nitroplanes.com/60a-dy892...y-rtf-24g.html or something like it...
I wish I could help you on the cable but I am unfamiliar with the build on the A-10. Fred on here will probably pipe in as I think he has an A-10... Good luck!
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+1 for the Hawk Sky. I learned on this plane together with the Hobby Zone Champ. Your A-10 is not for beginners. It will crash and crash and crash. You will become discouraged and will find some other hobby.
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