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Old 05-12-2010, 02:24 PM   #1
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Hey, pretty new to the rc racing world and at my local track, I know alot of people have nice fancy radios, like the dx3s. What are the advantages of having radios like this?
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Adjustability. Additional functions. Third or fourth channels. Servo Mixing. Timers. Tone and Vibration alarms.

Just to name a few.
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No radio interference for starters. 10 car memory storage(the DX3R has 30). So, only that radio can operate those cars. And even if you have two cars on and tied to your radio, only the one you have selected will operate. This way you won't have one flying off the table while you'er racing the other one. And yes, this has happend.
But the best part about these radios, is the finer adjustments to the car's steering and throttle. Believe me, a good radio will help make you into a better driver.
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