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Old 07-21-2006, 08:26 AM   #1
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Has any one had any experience with the spektrum dx6 radio? I know its only a parkflier but what I want to know is: will it have enough range to do an on road car, boat or jet? I hope so because I love that remote

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I don't know anything about it but if it uses airplane freqs you might have trouble at a car race, if you plan to race with it.
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I don't know anything about it but if it uses airplane freqs you might have trouble at a car race, if you plan to race with it.
the system is 2.4 GHz just like the ones for the 3pk, hellios, and m11
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You can use it for car. No problems with freq. It is DSM.
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it dosent have a springed stick so it will be hard for drivers to control the throttle, its really meant for heli's and planes
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Yes its like the 3pk but its more the mate of the Spektrum DX3, my only concern is the range of the remote “it says for park flyers” as long as it can go a reasonable distance to run fast boats and cars over 70mph the reason why I’m not going for the 3pk is I’ll use the dx6 for a heli and plane later.
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