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Old 02-03-2006, 02:53 PM   #1
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Default m-8/m-11 with spectrum CASE

What are you guys using for a case for your M8/m11 with Spectrum Case? from front to back it is over thicker than most radio cases. Thanks
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You may need to explain a little more about what you are asking. I have an M8 W/Spektrum and all that you do is take the original module out and install the Spektrum module. You don't have to get a new case. If this is not what you are asking, I appoligize.
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I think this is what he means. My Spektrum has been re-routed and I am still waiting on a plug for the antenna hole in the Spektrum Module.



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I think he's asking what kind of carrying case everyone is using. Since the Spektrum antenna sticks out further from the radio.
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I just take the module out and lay the module down antenna first into the handle of the M11/8
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Oh, my bad, sorry about that. I have a pocket in my sportwerks bag that i take the module out and put it in there along with the antennas. With my carpet cars, I run regular 75mhz so I cant get rid of the stock antenna.
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I was hoping not to have to take the module out each time. Tornado, that looks nice. What kind of case is that?
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