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Old 09-19-2008, 09:39 PM   #1
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Default Replacement for Airtronics receiver 92638?

I tried searching the forum and found no answers. Does anyone know which receivers replace this model? It's the 3 channel 75MHz rec that came with the original M8. I've bought them on ebay, but would love an alternative. I don't care if it's 2 or 3 channel. I just need one that is compatible with Airtronics 75MHz FM radio. Hitec...etc. Thanks in advance!
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I have the Airtronics 92826, the 2ch FM 75MHz receiver.. smaller than the standard 3 channel, fits my TA05 where the other didn't..

I've also used the Hitec HFS-03MM with good results too, and it's also a smaller footprint.

If you can find some Novak XXL receivers you'd do well with those too..
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The JR RS310 will also work with an Airtronics. It has a small footprint.

Length 1.49"
Width 1.15"
Height 0.63"
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