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Old 12-27-2007, 10:23 AM   #1
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Default What modual for an m8

Is there a differance between the spektrum pro & the airtronics moduals & rxs? Or, should I just purchase which ever setup I can get at the cheapest price?
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I ran the Spektrum Pro setup with my M8 last season and part of this season. I just switched to the Airtronics DSSS system, and I can't honestly tell much of a difference, except that the first few runs with the Airtronics system I was hitting the inside boards of most of the corners. Maybe the Airtronics has a quicker response and it threw my timing off? On the other hand, it was a new track layout that day which I hadn't practiced on, so maybe I just needed to learn the layout...

Honestly, I can't say I can feel a difference between the two... both have worked great for me with no problems.
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