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Old 07-15-2008, 10:37 AM   #1
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Default DX3.0 VS DX3R

I am about to buy my 1st 2.4ghz radio my 2 choices are DX3.0 and DX3R not interested in any other models. I am a racer or will be after I buy the radio. My question is. Am I going to notice some huge difference between these 2. Is there some under lying issue that I should be considering. One is way faster than the other I won't be able to do a highly needed function. One is just plain garbage. The price difference is about $100 what am I getting for my extra $100 with the DX3R?
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Old 07-15-2008, 11:00 AM   #2
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i have using the DX3R for over six months now and love it ,i never used the other one but i think its worth the extra money the DX3R is Spektrum`s top of the line surface system,i know the DX3R is DSM2 wich means its faster than the previous system wich i think the DX3 is not ...
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3R is worth the extra $$$ . more features better/smaller RX but if on a budget the 3.0 will get the job done. really you can use a 2.0 too ive used mine for over a year and love it. personally i would pick up a solo 2.0 TX and then find the newer/smaller RX to fit in most radio boxes better. no matter what you cant go wrong!!
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Dx3r it's is a great radio i have one and would not think of using anything else it has tons of features and only takes 4 aa batt's its very lite 3r all the way
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Not to mention the batteries last FOREVER!....

I really like the light weight and feel of the DX3r. I think the only feature your missing compared to other top radios is Futaba's has an antilock brake feature.
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You will notice a huge difference, im runnin the old spk modules in a 3pk and i tried a dx3r and was blown away at how fast it was.
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I'd get the DX3R
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