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2 Drones 1Cup, err.. I mean RC

Jack Ley

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Hey all, I am new to the racing quad hobby and I recently bought a 250 class storm that I am very happy with, I am using the AT9 RC/transmitter, which I am also very happy with. I was thinking of getting another racing quad, like 180 class, or just something a little cheaper that I can beat up while practicing. My question is, will my AT9 RC control both quads? Obviously not at the same time, but just individually. I am pretty sure it can, but I cannot find anything on google that walks you through the process, at least not with the AT9. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks!!
 

RaceKing

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Hey all, I am new to the racing quad hobby and I recently bought a 250 class storm that I am very happy with, I am using the AT9 RC/transmitter, which I am also very happy with. I was thinking of getting another racing quad, like 180 class, or just something a little cheaper that I can beat up while practicing. My question is, will my AT9 RC control both quads? Obviously not at the same time, but just individually. I am pretty sure it can, but I cannot find anything on google that walks you through the process, at least not with the AT9. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks!!
Nice title. Look up "AT9 binding" on YouTube/google, and yes, you can bind it to both receivers as long as you are using the right type of recievers
 
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Nice title but It left a bad taste in my mouth
 

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