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Old 05-28-2008, 04:31 PM   #16
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thanks guys. The transmitter worked with an brushed motor and esc. So a 2,4ghz it's gonna be, finaly.

thanks again!
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Old 05-29-2008, 06:45 AM   #17
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Wich Radio should I buy? I've looked at Futaba 3PM and Spektrum DX2.0 DSM. I know that Futaba makes good stuff, but what about Spektrum?

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The Spektrum DX2 and DX3 have good reputations. The new DX3R has had some issues. You should be fine with either of the first two. I have a Spektrum module in my Futaba 3PJ Super and use Spektrum receivers and it works great.
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:20 PM   #19
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I run a Futaba 3PK w/ a Spektrum Module and I love it...I'd go with the DX2 or DX3 if I were you though. I like Spektrum's stuff and Futaba's stuff equal, but I'll always run Spektrum Modules over Airtronics/Futaba due to personal preference...I like Spektrum
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Old 05-31-2008, 04:39 PM   #20
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I run a Futaba 3PK w/ a Spektrum Module and I love it...I'd go with the DX2 or DX3 if I were you though. I like Spektrum's stuff and Futaba's stuff equal, but I'll always run Spektrum Modules over Airtronics/Futaba due to personal preference...I like Spektrum
I've ordered the Futaba... It comes on monday!
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you should also try cutting a hole in the windsheild of the body to allow cool air in and cut a small hole somewere in the back of the body to allow hot air to exaust out. this is what the kyosho guys at my track do to keep things that cost alot of money cool.
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