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mike monvoisin

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PostSubject: HL leopard & tk22   Sun Oct 30, 2016 4:57 am

Hi guys
Just want to say "HI" as iam new to to the club and forum,no tank club or battling here in Medicine Hat ,AB at least not that I know of,i have been in rc for over 30 years and just getting back to Tanks,in fact  i used to own 2 Tamiya leopards waaaaay back in the day,when i was in my late teens,iam over 50 now lol.Anyway iam back in tanks and iam setting up my leopard for FPV ,3 micro cameras and controlled by DX6I and a tk22 board,so far I have been able to get lower and upper hull functions but not the airsoft gun or driving sound and lights although i do have turret transverse sound,any one here have experience with clark and dx6I ,any tips you guys want to share? i was also considering getting a dedicated tank for my tanks as i also have a  recently  purchased Walker Bulldog ,i was considering the Flysky 6 chnl.
Thanks guys Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: HL leopard & tk22   Sun Oct 30, 2016 8:39 am

Airsoft and Clark boards I don't have any experience in, but there is a startup sequence for the engine sounds. On the Clark you can drive around normally without the engine "on", and the sequence, if you've got all your turret functions on one stick, is usually 'full down' and 'full right' together... unless you have channels reversed. It's a combination of both movements.

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