Flysky FS-T6 6Ch Transmitter Centering Arm for Throttle stick

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Flysky FS-T6 6Ch Transmitter Centering Arm for Throttle stick by fastmike75 Jul 16, 2015


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Purchased a Flysky FS-T6 transmitter and needed to have the throttle self centering for my application. This arm makes it so channel 3 or the throttle will self center up and down on the controller. You will need a small pull spring to finish the installation. I drilled the post hole out to .067" a #51 drill bit. Works great.

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Appreciate the comment! I needed it for my Dozer blade up and down. I couldn't keep the blade in the right position. This solved the problem. Found a spring in a home depot spring assortment, great idea with the rubber band. Anyway I am very grateful for the gifts and talents to be able to make things like this. I am very happy to share and so glad you were able to use it also. Thanks!

Brilliant. Thanks for this one. Only took a few minutes to print and solved a huge problem for me flying in GPS mode (where the throttle needs to return to middle). Of course (as is always the way) I turned the house upside down to find a suitable spring I could use (aka rob from something). In the end I used a small rubber band and I think I actually like the feel a little better. If it holds in use I might change the other springs.