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Old 01-05-2007, 12:18 PM   #1
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I have a KO Propo EX-10 Helios controller, combined with the Spektrum Pro system module. Am I able to use the "High Speed" mode of the controller with the module or do I need to run it in normal? I've searched around and couldn't find anything about it.
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Old 01-05-2007, 03:01 PM   #2
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I believe you can run the Pro Modules in the high speed mode which was a huge reason they came out with it.
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When I asked KO they told me to use the Normal.

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I have a KO Propo EX-10 Helios controller, combined with the Spektrum Pro system module. Am I able to use the "High Speed" mode of the controller with the module or do I need to run it in normal? I've searched around and couldn't find anything about it.
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When I asked KO they told me to use the Normal.
Ok thanks, I have a KO digital servo is why I was asking.
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Quick question-If I unplug my GTX from my Pro rec. will I have to rebind them?
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Quick question-If I unplug my GTX from my Pro rec. will I have to rebind them?
No need to rebind.
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No need to rebind.
Whew---Thanks..
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When I asked KO they told me to use the Normal.
Yup.

I found this out the hard way.
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