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Old 08-23-2003, 03:17 PM   #1
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what thebest recevier to use with the m8 radio? one that can take the abuse of a 1/8 buggy and all that jumping?
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Their arn't any
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then which airtonics one should i use?
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i dont know any that will take ll the jumping...my siggestion would be find one that works with the M8 and one that fits your budget and then get some nice thick foam and a ballon and wrap that sucker up.
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Your best bet would be the stock airtronics receiver. Do not use any receiver that says NOVAK anywhere on it. The Novak ones that use crystals are much better then the crystaless ones but I see them fail all the time.
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try using GPAC to pad your receiver box. they sell the stuff at hobby people in the airplanes section. it's the same stuff they use to insulate electronics on the space shuttle. bobby tom from airtronics suggested it to me when i was having radio problems.
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do u have a link i cant find it!
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