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Old 01-31-2009, 11:39 AM   #1
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Default Savage 4.6 Noob needs help ...

Hello guys, can I ask about transmitters and receivers, for those competition use super expensive ones. Other then the fact it is faster and it has better frequency, what else does it do?

Also, has anyone who owns a savage changed their chassis to the XL version?
Anyone can review it?

For the width difference from the Savage X and the XL is there any mods you can do to compensate?

I am getting a 4.6 soon and thinking of increasing the size, can anyone tell me what things I should add to my savage to also help maintaining or other aspects?

Like:

- Fail Safe (In case TX out of Range)
- Cover for the exposed lower chassis (Keep dirt away from internals)
... anyone can tell me what I more ?

Really Truly Appreciate,
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