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Old 03-17-2005, 11:37 AM   #1
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I have the KO Espirit 2, not the type R so it isnt the high response. Now will i be able to use the 302F reciever which is slightly smaller (and HRS) than the 301F which im using now? I dont really see why not, i imagine that HRS just wont work but everything will be fine. The type R actually comes with the 301F, so are there two revisions of the reciver, one high response and one normal? Anyone?
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The Esprit 2 can use any of the newer receivers. The newer recievers are capable of ulilizing the faster response but don't need them to be used. The noise filtering is also better in the newer receivers.

The KR-302F also has a booster circuitry inside for lower voltage.
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Thanks Robert, i seem to remember it says something on the KO site about BEC voltages and using the 302f reciver and a VFS-1 as well...
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