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Old 02-12-2008, 01:43 PM   #16
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i think tha the throtle was to lite. so i touck a rap and a half of it.
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Old 02-12-2008, 01:44 PM   #17
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i think tha the throtle was to lite. so i touck a rap and a half of it.
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Old 02-12-2008, 05:47 PM   #18
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LOVE IT.... so much lighter then my Helios. Very quick and easy to navigate.
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Some complain of the small feel of the grip. I too thought this until taking a guys car around the track with one. The small too some feels like your squeeezing to get full throttle. In my opinoin though it allows for good throttle control especially in the mid range of trigger throw.
I don't get this. To me the grip feels massive, even from the Z-1 I transferred from. It didn't take me long to adjust to it though and it's soooooo easy to use.

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Well that is just my personal opinion. I know a couple others have felt the same. A couple even put tennis racket grip tape around them to get the feel.

Either way i like it.
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And Lars.. No wise-cracks about small hands
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JUST to further my pro and con opinoin above.... i BOUGHT one tonite..
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I've had a chance to use the radio a few times. Gary Wiant (Vinyl Graphics Unlimited) is running one at our track. He's already got sweet wraps for this radio as well. As far as the radio goes, I liked it. The trigger had alot of space for my finger to reach forward and get the brake, although you can put some fuel tubing on the front of the trigger to take up the slack. I'm going to start using this radio.
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