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 The TCB is quite literally a small but powerful computer that controls every aspect of your model. With the Radio setup features of the OP Config software, the TCB can be programmed to map virtually any channel of your radio to any function on the TCB. From starting the engine, to firing the cannon, to changing the turn mode or adjusting acceleration physics in real time, dozens of features can be  applied to any position of any channel you want. For this reason it is important to note you do not need an advanced computer radio, nor do you need a radio with multiple model memories. Those are great features to have in a radio but you will not need them for the TCB. If you have two TCBs installed in two very different models, you can still use the same transmitter with the same settings to control them both, since all the unique configuration and channel mappings will be stored in the TCB itself. The TCB is quite literally a small but powerful computer that controls every aspect of your model. With the Radio setup features of the OP Config software, the TCB can be programmed to map virtually any channel of your radio to any function on the TCB. From starting the engine, to firing the cannon, to changing the turn mode or adjusting acceleration physics in real time, dozens of features can be  applied to any position of any channel you want. For this reason it is important to note you do not need an advanced computer radio, nor do you need a radio with multiple model memories. Those are great features to have in a radio but you will not need them for the TCB. If you have two TCBs installed in two very different models, you can still use the same transmitter with the same settings to control them both, since all the unique configuration and channel mappings will be stored in the TCB itself.
  
-What you will soon realize that you //do want//, however, is a radio transmitter with a lot of switches and knobs to control all the many possible advanced features of the TCB. Radio transmitters with lots of switches and knobs tend to be the same transmitters with advanced configuration options and multi-model memories. That's fine, but the point is, you do not need to do advanced programming in your transmitter or create complicated mixes to enjoy the full features of the TCB. In fact, unless you know what you are doing, we recommend you start with a clean slate as it concerns your transmitter:​ remove any channel mixing, set end-points to their normal range (+/- 100%), set all trims to center, and clear any channel reversing.+What you will soon realize that you //do want//, however, is a radio transmitter with a lot of switches and knobs to control all the many possible advanced features of the TCB. Radio transmitters with lots of switches and knobs tend to be the same transmitters with advanced configuration options and multi-model memories. That's fine, but the point is, you do not need to do advanced programming in your transmitter or create complicated mixes to enjoy the full features of the TCB. In fact, unless you know what you are doing, ​**we recommend you start with a clean slate as it concerns your transmitter:​ remove any channel mixing, set end-points to their normal range (+/- 100%), set all trims to center, set all sub-trims to zero, and clear any channel reversing**.
  
  
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