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Old 09-07-2007, 02:10 AM   #31
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Hope they have sorted the problem with the weak cases on the receivers. I have two broken ones now
how did you broke them?? taking them off the chassis and the case not resisting the servo tape?? crash?

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Old 09-07-2007, 02:31 AM   #32
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Well the first one was when I removed a servo lead. It was tight and the top of the case came off breaking the small lugs that hold it together. The second was in off road and again the small lugs broke off during the race splitting the case. It appears to be a common fault with the 2.4 caes but noone has had problems with the RX431 cases which are the same, so it may have been a bad batch of cases for the 2.4 ones. There is another thread in Nitro onroad saying that.
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Old 09-07-2007, 02:55 AM   #33
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Hope they have sorted the problem with the weak cases on the receivers. I have two broken ones now
Sanwa after will release case for sale
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Old 09-12-2007, 05:21 PM   #34
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I've had the unit for awhile now, two weekends ago I was at Tamiya's Track and experienced some glitching. It was sort of hesitating with the inputs from the radio. It was also crawling forward when I would turn the steering wheel on the radio. Have not had a chance to run the car since then but I will this weekend. I am going to rebind the transmitter and receiver again and go over the radio settings as well. If I continue to have glitching, I'll let you guys know and will contact Airtronics. BTW, I'm using an M8.
All good no glitching
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Old 09-13-2007, 02:46 PM   #35
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All good no glitching
good to know, as mine is on the mail right now... If i like it and it is reliable, I will be soon changing all my spektrum stuff for this...
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Hey, Just realise that on the sanwa japan site there is the new 2.4GHz module for the M11/Exzes Plus.... but instead being TM-221DS and RX442DS (receiver) the numbers are TM-222DS and RX442DS..... what is the difference???
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I am trying to set these recievers up, does it require 3 hands to do? I have spent over an hour trying to bind these recievers
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bump for moving to the new radio and electronics thread.

Anyway, does anyone know about the difference between the modules 221 and 222 and the receivers 441 and 442?? Is it only a market division? Is there new software?
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Has anyone tried to move the antenna from the module to the original antenna position on the radio?

I have heard of people getting glitching problems after doing this, is this true?

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Has anyone tried to move the antenna from the module to the original antenna position on the radio?

I have heard of people getting glitching problems after doing this, is this true?

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yes HK many peoples was moved antenna to original position .
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yes HK many peoples was moved antenna to original position .
And there has been no issues reported?

Will you get spare antennas in stock anytime soon?

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And there has been no issues reported?

Will you get spare antennas in stock anytime soon?

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at least on the US I've heard that if you do the mod you 'void' the FCC compliance and they can bar you on using the radio... Don't know if that is true with CE.....
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I've been trying to find this out for a while.....Like to see it done.


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