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Old 04-11-2007, 11:54 PM   #1
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It was sugested to me that a M11 radio will work with JR receivers. I'm currently using a JR XS3 pro. I would like to try a M11, if I can use my current receivers it would be great. I know about ten years ago the JR aircraft radios would work airtronics receivers. I don't know about now, or the opposite. Please let me know if this is possible.
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They sure do. Airtronics and JR crystals are also compatible.
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I use an M11 and RS310 Rx's in all my cars.
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Have you thought about upgrading to the JR Z-1? I really like the Z-1 along with JR survo's.
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I did think about the Z1. I need a radio that will switch to left handed. I'm a firm JR supporter. I've been flying helicopters for 11 years now. I've owned a 783, 8103, 8103dt, 10s, 10x, 9303. I will back JR for heli's forever. As for cars, I need the M11. (I only started racing 1 year ago) Funny how in airplane/heli radios, airtronics is bearly known. But in cars they dominate. As for servo's, I use a 9000s in both my cars. In the receiver, are the inputs used the same? Channel 1 is for stearing, 2 is for the speed control, 3 is for my transponder. Or are they different when using the M11?
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You can also use KO receivers with the M11 if you use a KO crystal in the KO receiver.
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