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Do Anyone Make a Reciever Box for the RC10GT

Old 09-13-2005, 04:25 PM
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I'm picking up a GT and I need to get a reciever box for it. Who makes one? I'm shocked AE doesn't make one.
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Old 09-13-2005, 04:42 PM
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RPM makes 'em in blue and black.

Go to Tower and look up RPM
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Thanks for the info. I'll have to order one up.
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Old 09-13-2005, 06:07 PM
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Does anyone know if the trinity one is still made? It was alot smaller than the RPM one, which makes it look alot nicer. Hmmmm....
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associated does make one, it has kyosho printed on though
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A lot of the team guys drill the chassis to use the TC3 or Mugen (I think maybe the MBX-4?) receiver boxes.
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the mugen box is to long, already looked at that. I think the ntc3 box will fit with the chassis mods
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One of the Mugen receiver boxes is what all of the AE guys used before the TC3 box came out.
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Do you have to drill the chassis for the TC3 box or is it a direct fit?
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I'm almost sure there's a little bit of drilling involved, but I've never done it.
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Originally Posted by Aaron Waldron
One of the Mugen receiver boxes is what all of the AE guys used before the TC3 box came out.
It was the receiver box from the Mugen super athlete that we used to use. The trinity box is almost too small. I always preferred the RPM box. While it does take some drilling, the NTC3 box is popular because it is lower and even better was it uses a body clip to close it instead of allen screws. You don't need tools to open it up to change a crystal.
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