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Old 10-06-2006, 04:57 AM   #1
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Default Are airtronics servo connectors smaller than futaba ones?

Hi: just a quick question. I just got an M11 and seems that I will have to do a "mod" (some dremel job) to the receiver connector receptacles (the Z ones), to allow futaba J connectors in, even without the small tab (I've already cut that out). So the question is: what everybody do when having this combination (receiver airtronics/sanwa, futaba servo?)

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Yes they are smaller, they really don't fit well trimmed, I ended up buying new leads.
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