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Old 06-13-2007, 02:04 AM   #1
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HELP:Spektrum aerial wire placement on Tamiya TT01

I have just built my Tamiya TT01 and I was about to install the electrics.

Positioning the ESC is no problem, and the manual suggests placing the rx on top of the steering servo. Now my rx is a Spektrum unit, and as a result the aerial wire will not reach the normal position.

My question is, has anyone used a Spektrum receiver with a Tamiya TT01, and if so what did you do with the aerial wire?

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