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Old 11-18-2004, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default This is a mind boggler....

How can a massage in a kr-302f reciever into a tc3 that has a novak dually esc. I kind of dont want to put it on top of the servo, but it just might have to get put there If it does go there, i know i should put some wire insulation around the antenna thats going to have to be exposed to get to the antenna mast holder, but should i do anything else? O ya, i know it says not to put the crystal closest to the chassis, but if i were to put some doublesided tape around it, would i be able to put it with the crystal closest to the chassis? this is the only way i can get the reciever to fit in between the esc and the servo without it being on top of the servo. thanks in advance.

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Can you mount the rx on end?
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