Originally Posted by Dredd
Originally from what I understand the Spektrum was too fast and undrivable and also had some interference. Then they made the retail model which had more delay. Then later the Pro came out which is in between the pre-production model and the original retail release.
Now the question in my mind is this. If the Futaba system is faster than SPektrum Pro, is it too fast so that it makes it harder to drive (need to dial down the response perhaps)?
I think youve been misinformed.
Spektrum will always add some sort of a delay as its a piggy back system. They may get it to 0 , but thats to be seen.
If there was some ultra fast spektrum system , it still would not be faster than the crystal system hrs. Which is the fastest system in terms of response to date.
The pro model spektrum module or add-on was released to reduce the original latency and it has an updated board and protective coating to fend against glitching from outside elements.
The other reason for spektrum alone was to not have to wait or glitch with other users around you. This gives you more time to focus on driving and wrenching. As well to not worry about conflicts during a race or picking up on fm based intereference. Which doesnt happen on 2.4ghz