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Old 05-13-2006, 01:21 AM   #1
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Default which is better Airtronics MX-3 3-Channel FM, Futaba 3PM 3-Channel FM, or Futaba 2PL

im thinking of getting a new radio for my ta-05 and i dont know which one to get..you guys have any suggestion, im goin to put a gtb 4.5r esc too so i want to get a good radio for it ...thanks
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Go 3PM. Better signal quality than 2PL and more features than the MX-3. Although I do find the 3PM's menu navigation a bit more annoying than the Airtronics radios (tried a Caliber 3PS before buying the 3PM).
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any of you guys have any more suggestion with those radios.thanks
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