To be a little more clear, do I need a mod to use this with the FlySky 2.4G 9CH FS-TH9X transmitter? The FS-TH9X has a JST 1x3 housing for the stock 12V DC (1.5AA x 8) battery pack.
I had to make a plug and cable mod, soldering a JST/BEC Connector and cable on the board of the very similar Turnigy 9x transmitter (with attention to correct polarity).
If I need to make a plug mod, what HobbyKing part number for the connector and cable should I order with this battery to fit the FS-TH9X transmitter?
You should always follow the manufacturers recommendations. That being said, as long as the battery supplies the appropriate voltage, your transmitter does not require more current than the battery can output, and the physical dimensions of the battery allow for it to fit in your controller* I see no reason why it is not possible.
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I have tried out the 9xr battery, and I am pleased with how it works. I put it in my 9xr, and ran it on the simulator. It is holding up very well (all I am running is the TX on it), and I expect no problems.
I am setting up my 12V dremel tool to run on it too (and any 3s LiPo), but I see this one as a good option for it's over and under protection. If my dremel runs it out, it will cut off, so this should work nicely.