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Old 09-10-2006, 02:50 AM   #16
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yeah i really wanna keep it,i might just have to start using my radio normally and get used to it.
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Old 09-10-2006, 03:16 AM   #17
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sell the 3pm and save a few$$ and buy a 3pk or m11. id keep ur helios thats special. but yeh ur getting ripped of
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Old 09-10-2006, 04:09 AM   #18
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yeah im gunna keep the helios,shes a keeper with the signature on it.
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Old 09-10-2006, 04:33 AM   #19
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I am using the KO EX1 Mars R. Is it necessory to change the radio? M11, EX10 or 3PK?
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you should have given more thought to what you really wanted to do b4 you posted radio for sale
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I am using the KO EX1 Mars R. Is it necessory to change the radio? M11, EX10 or 3PK?
The EX-1 Mars R is a great radio. It is just as capable as the more recent models and has a ton of features (including high speed response). If you are comfortable with the Mars R, then keep it. A lot of good racers still use that radio.

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you should have given more thought to what you really wanted to do b4 you posted radio for sale
I think that point has been made and beaten into the ground already.

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Old 09-10-2006, 01:04 PM   #23
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I think that point has been made and beaten into the ground already.

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Agreed, if no sort of transaction was made. There would be no reason for bad feedback. If there was then that would be somewhat of a different story. This thread should be either deleted of left alone. I think understands he needs to do research into something before doing it. Good luck with your search, I hope you find what your looking for.

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The EX-1 Mars R is a great radio. It is just as capable as the more recent models and has a ton of features (including high speed response). If you are comfortable with the Mars R, then keep it. A lot of good racers still use that radio.

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The EX-1 is a great radio! I like my radios nice and compact. I actually think it looks "racier" than the Helios. IMO people change radios far too often! Run it till it breaks I say!

And X-Ray , if you're a leftie I'd look into a left-h capable radio if your more comfortable driving with it. It's important that your radio feels "right" in your hands. No need to get the latest and the greatest , good and affordable is better! And you can always keep the Helios as a keepsake or sell it off when you grow less attached to it.
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The EX-1 is a great radio! I like my radios nice and compact. I actually think it looks "racier" than the Helios. IMO people change radios far too often! Run it till it breaks I say!
Definately, I only jsut broke my EX11 and loved that radio, Its annoying trying to run mod with very little throttle control, I went for the Helios, IMO the difference wasn't that great between them.

Although it is a current gen radio.
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