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Old 06-11-2006, 08:42 AM   #1
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Default Spektrum Pro. Stock & R3500 RX

Hi All.

I started this thread as I could not see one dedicated to this system on here. Except the R3500 RX. Sorry. Just found it...

So, I understand the original spekrum system had a few 'little' problems. Static generation, poor antenna fixing in the module and not sure of any others.

Does the Pro take care of these problems?
Was there a version 2 which had taken care of this a while ago? Before the pro?

I see the pro is waterproof and fuelproof. Is this right?

I also heard that if you run the Spektrum system you nead to use a voltage regulator if you are going to use Digital servos. Is this still so? Or was it only for the previous versions?
Well, I'm thinking of getting the Pro with the R3500 RX receiver as I had some bad experiences at a big race not too long ago so any help you guys can give would be great.

Thanks in advance.
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Check this thread out , read the last post as well....for the advertisement straight from Spektrum.
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