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Old 12-28-2004, 05:03 PM   #1
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Default JR XS3 What do you reckon????

hey my old JR Xr3 transmitter is broken and i need a new transmitter i was thinking of the XS3 because i like JR vey good brand also i have few questions

Can you use JR R200 recivers with the XS3 ???????
Also what does the package come with ( i know reciver, and sevros) but what specs????????

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Old 12-28-2004, 06:43 PM   #2
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As long as it's the same band and you set the XS3 to the same frequency, yeah you shouldn't have a problem. I setup my Sportwerks 1/8th scale to work off my XS3 instead of the included XR3i transmitter just to keep everything on one radio and it works perfectly.

The XS3 comes with 1 synthesized receiver, 1 Z590 servo, and 1 Z290 servo along with a 4-cell receiver pack holder.
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THANKS does any one else know about >>Can you use JR R200 recivers with the XS3 ???????
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Yes you can, I run a RS-200 synthesized receiver with an older JR XR3 radio with no problems. So I would say you should be able to use the R-133 receiver with the XS3 radio. My buddy has a XS3 radio, I will see if I can borrow it and tell you for sure if the two will work together.

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I run the receiver that came with my Xr3 on my XS3 radio all the time. Works great.
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Default use cystal reciver with XS3

so you can run a JR R200 cystal reciver with the JR XS3 transimtter with no glithing problems or anything
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