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Old 10-20-2008, 03:58 PM   #1
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OK, I'm looking at converting my KO Vantage 2 transmitter to take a Spektrum module. There's an official conversion here in the UK but it costs around $100 and isn't reversable back to regular crystals (probs not a problem though). But, with money being tight, I want to do it myself, and I already have a PDF showing what wires need soldering where internally. This involves taking the module internals out of the case and putting them into the Tx case.

This is the official conversion:



But, because I want to be able to remove the module for storage, use in a Helios etc, I'm going to need some long pins to plug the module into, 5 of them. They need to be long enough to go into, and I can't reuse the stock ones as they are too short.

Does anyone know what I'm on about?
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