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arch2b
2016.01.04, 02:15 PM
Kyosho Syncro EX-6

No.82030

Kyosho Webpage (http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/products/rc/detail.html?product_id=110287)

Kyosho Instruction Manual (http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/support/instructionmanual/digital_prcs/pdf/82030_Syncro_EX-6_manual_EN.pdf)

New technology MHS 2.4GHz system delivers the fastest, most functional high-end transmitter in the history of the Mini-Z.
Backward compatibility allows the transmitter to be switched to the pre-existing ASF 2.4GHz system.
Equipped with the rich functionality expected of a high-end transmitter.
Features 2.7-inch display screen. Language options include English and Japanese. (Firmware update provide English only language option)

arch2b
2016.03.27, 09:20 AM
can anyone confirm K.I.Y. accessories are meant for this transmitter or is there a separate line of accessories for the EX-6? The EX-2 webpage references K.I.Y. accessories specifically.

KWT
2016.03.27, 09:31 AM
Q. Can I use optional parts for EX-1 with the EX-2?
A. Yes, you can use KIY compatible part for the EX-2.

KIY compatible optional parts

>Steering Unit

10549 Drop Extension Unit
10501 3D Extension Unit for KIY
10502 ST Unit Stick Type for KIY
10525 Steering Sponge for KIY
10542 Steering Wheel EX-1 K.I.Y
10506 Steering Unit EX-1

>Grip Unit

10546 Battery stand Unit
10526 Expert Grip(right)
10527 ExpertGrip (left)
10528 Color Grip2 ( Wine Red)
10529 Color Grip2( Black)
10530 Color Grip2( Gray)
10531 Color Grip2( Green)
10532 Color Grip2 (Blue)
10509 Counter Weight 42.0g + 14.4g
10510 Color Grip Wine Red for KIY
10511 Color Grip Black for KIY
10512 Color Grip Gray for KIY
10513 Color Grip Green for KIY
10514 Large Grip Gray for KIY
10515 Large Grip Green for KIY
10503 Large Grip Black for KIY

>Master Unit

80543 Master Unit EX-1FHSS Ver2 with KR-413FH
80522 Master Unit EX-1 ASF Ver.2

Note: Can not use the ”LCD color Panel”. You can only use the color screws set for the Grip Unit.


http://www.kopropo.co.jp/sys_en/radios/transmitters/ex-2/ex-2.html

KWT
2016.03.31, 09:59 PM
A little more information that applies to both the EX-2 and EX-6. If you remove the Xpansion module, the Transmitter will act like a single memory model unit with limited adjustments.

refsiul22
2017.06.06, 05:34 PM
Hi guys. How can I set the Throttle Hipoint in this Tx? I have used this my previous Helius Ex-10 and KIY Ex-1. But haven't found that on this radio yet?

Also there's a "FEEL" function that I don't understand. Has anyone experienced with that?

RussF
2017.06.08, 06:45 PM
Hi guys. How can I set the Throttle Hipoint in this Tx? I have used this my previous Helius Ex-10 and KIY Ex-1. But haven't found that on this radio yet?

Also there's a "FEEL" function that I don't understand. Has anyone experienced with that?Throttle Travel. Page 43 of the manual has the throttle settings. Feel is kind of like dual rate, curve, expo or similarly named features. It dulls or sharpens the feel of the setting. There's one for steering and one for throttle. + settings are more feel and - settings are less. Page 42 for steering and 47 for throttle.

refsiul22
2017.06.13, 05:49 PM
Throttle Travel. Page 43 of the manual has the throttle settings. Feel is kind of like dual rate, curve, expo or similarly named features. It dulls or sharpens the feel of the setting. There's one for steering and one for throttle. + settings are more feel and - settings are less. Page 42 for steering and 47 for throttle.

What are you using for TH hipoint? Default comes at 100 (0 - 150)

For the FEEL settings, I guess I have to test it at the track.

Thanks

bobbyz
2017.06.13, 07:31 PM
Others can verify, but I've noticed that the TH hipoint doesn't increase speed going past 70ish. Do others notice the same thing?? I typically have my HFAY car set at 60-65 depending on the track.

RussF
2017.06.14, 06:04 PM
What are you using for TH hipoint? Default comes at 100 (0 - 150)

For the FEEL settings, I guess I have to test it at the track.

Thanks I'm not sure since I leave my gear at the track but I would guess somewhere around 70-80.

Others can verify, but I've noticed that the TH hipoint doesn't increase speed going past 70ish. Do others notice the same thing?? I typically have my HFAY car set at 60-65 depending on the track. Yes this is a fact and is the same on the EX-10 as well. I describe it to racers this way. If 100% throttle is the goal the throttle end point dictates how far the trigger moves before getting to full throttle. So a setting of 70ish means that the trigger will reach full throttle at its farthest limit. A setting of 100 or more means that you will reach full throttle somewhere sooner like at about the 50% of the trigger range. Some like it that way as they need to move the trigger less. Some, like me dont like it that way and want to have more range. Hope that makes sense. :confused:

refsiul22
2017.06.16, 01:12 AM
I'm not sure since I leave my gear at the track but I would guess somewhere around 70-80.

Yes this is a fact and is the same on the EX-10 as well. I describe it to racers this way. If 100% throttle is the goal the throttle end point dictates how far the trigger moves before getting to full throttle. So a setting of 70ish means that the trigger will reach full throttle at its farthest limit. A setting of 100 or more means that you will reach full throttle somewhere sooner like at about the 50% of the trigger range. Some like it that way as they need to move the trigger less. Some, like me dont like it that way and want to have more range. Hope that makes sense. :confused:

Definitely helpful. I raced last time with TH HP at 80. Next time, I will try the 70-80s range.

So far, I've had a great experience (results) with this radio. Feels so nice and comfortable compared to EX-10 and EX-1 KIY, which are the radios i've owned so far.