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Old 06-21-2005, 09:46 PM   #106
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for 250 aint bad for for the transmitter and module only. gotta get one...
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Old 06-24-2005, 11:58 AM   #107
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I should have mine later this afternoon!
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Old 06-27-2005, 03:31 PM   #108
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How heavy is the radio with battery? And without battery?
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Old 06-27-2005, 04:47 PM   #109
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who knows, no one has them yet.....
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Old 06-27-2005, 04:48 PM   #110
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If you want to buy from Ebay there are a few that have them for sale.
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Old 06-27-2005, 05:19 PM   #111
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How heavy is the radio with battery? And without battery?
Ready to race the M11 is exactly 2oz heavier than the M8.
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Ready to race the M11 is exactly 2oz heavier than the M8.
Thanks Adrian.
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Old 06-27-2005, 05:21 PM   #113
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The drop down adjustment has always been there. As with the M8 the head can be adjusted up or down by a 1/4" or so.

I think that they are referring more to the fact that the wheel is in-line with the throttle which seems to be a big deal all of a sudden because of the KO/JR radio's. Also, the wheel can not be angled.

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The wheel trigger relationship on the M11 is the same as on the M8. There is no drop down adjustment. The bullet point refers to the fact the the wheel is already drop down.

I love my M8 and I wasn't going to get the M11 until my co-worker at Schumacher Paul Wynn got his. Its REALLY nice! I like the thicker grip and the even more solid feel of the M11.

As far as features...well...all I use are end points and steering dual rate. If you run electric sedan and need to use anything else there is something wrong with your car. There is a lot of features that are great for the Nitro crowd. Especially those with special needs like the 1/5th Gas Car and the boat guys. 4 Channels and all the mixing options allow for separate front at rear brake cylinder servos on 1/5th cars and the mixing features allow you to adjust front to rear brake bias on the fly.

The boat guys can have mixture control for on the water adjustments at speed, pre-programed start and launch settings at the push of a button and more.

The integrated lap counter button in the grip under your middle finger is super cool too....very easy and intuitive to use.
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Old 06-27-2005, 05:30 PM   #114
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The wheel feels to be mounted a little farther forward in relation to the trigger than on the M8...
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Steve and Adrian, is the wheel parallel to the trigger?
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M11 is available at my LHS. I was ready to purchase it to replace my M8 and I thought it was to heavy compared to my M8 and 3PK. I wanted something new so I decided to get a 3PK black version instead.
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Steve and Adrian, is the wheel parallel to the trigger?
Yes, just like the M8.

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M11 is available at my LHS. I was ready to purchase it to replace my M8 and I thought it was to heavy compared to my M8 and 3PK. I wanted something new so I decided to get a 3PK black version instead.
I thought it was heavy too until I picked them both up side by side. They are not all they different...2oz more for the M11.
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M11 is available at my LHS. I was ready to purchase it to replace my M8 and I thought it was to heavy compared to my M8 and 3PK. I wanted something new so I decided to get a 3PK black version instead.

i agree bro the m11 is heavier than m8 so im not gonna get it either the extra 2oz hurts my wrists we should write to airtronics and tell them to shave that 2oz off
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i agree bro the m11 is heavier than m8 so im not gonna get it either the extra 2oz hurts my wrists we should write to airtronics and tell them to shave that 2oz off
I also thought it was HEAD heavy, It felt the same as if you had your palms up and carrying a heavy load and nothing at the bottom, I was looking for a good balance and I found it in the 3pk, but I like the design better on the M8 and M11... oh well, I won't be looking at my radio anyway when I am racing.
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WOW....What's this world coming to when your to out of shape to race toy cars (very fast toy cars...LOL) ...LOL Just rest it on that beer belly

I've used my M11 a few times now and it's freakin sweet!!! The feel is unmatched

Now if I could just remember to squeez the lap counting button when I go passed with a 7-turn
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