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Old 09-30-2008, 04:02 AM   #1
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Anyone seen these or tried them?

http://axonracing.com/catalog/produc...products_id=33

I'm not going to get one but someone else may want to try it...
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Buy cheap buy twice almost doesnt look hobby grade
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Yeah I'm thinking the same thing......
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Buy cheap buy twice almost doesnt look hobby grade
Same case as the Airtronics/Sanwa MX-3
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You would think at least one or two of the major magazines will do a review of it.

Heck our track does rentals, it would be great just for that. They dont want to spend a bunch on rental equipment, and a rental kid that CAN'T interfere with members.. would be great.

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Well, I figured what the heck, and contacted these guys.

The radio is a custom version of the Airtronics MX3 FHSS.

Radio is $99 and extra receivers are .... drum roll please $25!!!

Receiver is about 1" x 2" - pretty good.

I think I might try this out. $125 and I have a radio and two receivers.

about $150+ some tax to my door.. for 2.4 gig radio.

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