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    Wiring a Dynam A-10 Thunderbolt 2

    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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    Quote Originally Posted by dryvalleyboy View Post
    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.
    All I can suggest at this point is to look at the receiver module in the belly of the plane. Each port should be labeled "Aileron" "Rudder" "Elevator" etc. Try to find the matching lead that trails to that specific area and plug it in. Hopefully the leads are labeled as to where they come from. Then test the function with the transmitter. I am assuming you got the RTF version.

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    Link to the manual is here.

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    Thanks,guys.We got it up and running now.I appreciate the quick response.

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    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

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    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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