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Old 07-23-2013, 12:50 AM   #1
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Default Spectrum DX3C DSM vs Airtronics MX-V

I'm looking to get another radio so I'm looking between these 2. Ill be running a Savox 1251 low pro servo, Speed Passion esc and motor. Just want to see what u guys think the goods and bads between both.
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Buy the MX-V. Might not look as cool as the DX3, but it doesn't get confused on a busy driver stand, and it won't glitch/brownout with a Savox servo. That might only be a problem in high-draw applications, but it does happen. I bought the Airtronics for my wife's SCTE and it works great. Just has an ugly steering wheel.
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I have a dx3 and use a savox 1251 servo speed passion esc and they work fine at ht. Yodog uses a dx3 and he had no problems so far. I did suffer a radio hit when we were using mercury vapor lights close to the track. I did see a airtroics radio take hits from a cordless mic last week the anoucer went to a cord mike because the mike was getting a glitcht oo! I also use those orange hobbyking dsm rec in my F1 & mini for 10 bucks they are a steal.
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