A couple months ago I received my Turnigy 9X radio. For the price, I couldn't be happier. When I purchased the transmitter, I expected to be taking it apart and tinkering with it. I happened to drop the radio, almost brand new, breaking off a switch and forcing me to crack it open. While open, I figured I could take care of the resistor fix while the thing was open.
The Resistor Fix
What people refer to as the 'resistor fix' solves the fairly annoying problem that in order to use the training port on the Turnigy 9X, you must unplug the 2.4GHz module. Not usually a problem to unplug a wireless module, but someone decided it would be nice to hardwire the antenna to radio on the 9X. Unplugging the 9X wireless module leaves the wireless module dangling on thin fragile coax.
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