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Old 05-01-2006, 06:01 AM   #1
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Default Sanwa Receiver slots

i have this Sanwa MX-3 Transmitter that c/w receiver and servo. The receiver has total of 4 slots :

Slot 1 - Steering
Slot 2 - Throttle
Slot 3 - Aux
Slot 4 - B/Dsc

Does anyone knows wat slot 4 is for? Is that the brake lights. i intended to DIY some white LED light for my YDP RX-7 but as there are no light buckets available, do u think its nice if i drill a hole and stuff the LED tru the hole?

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The 4th slot is where you plug in the battery for a nitro car or if you need to run a reciever pack for a class like 1/12th mod. The B stands for battery.
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