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Old 12-26-2005, 01:58 PM   #16
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if you look at the link, they make a 40mhz receiver too? If i were you, i would get a different radio, that 40mhz is going to give you a world of trouble down the road when racing more classes and having to find 40 mhz receivers, 75mhz is what is used today and 27mhz as well!
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:02 PM   #17
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i am not going to race international because i am only 15 but in denmark i cant use 75 ore 27 fm its ilegal but many thanks for the answers do you now any other receivers synthesizer and 40 mhz because i think it is vere expensive
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why would it be illegal? you think you would wnat more?
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it is ilegal i think for 27 mhz fm but legal if its am im not sure but i am sure that it is ilegal to drive with 75 mhz in denmark but i would like a cheaper receiver
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sorry i can see that it only cost 69 dollars so if you could give me a link to a place that i can buy it in 40 mhz that would be nice
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FUTABA AND HITEC ARE A NEGATIVE SHIFT SIGNAL..

JR, AIRTRONICS KO ECT ARE A POSOTIVE SHIFT SIGNAL...

trying to use that reciever with that radio will not work..
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:17 PM   #22
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why would it be illegal? you think you would wnat more?

you are only alowed certain frequency signals in certain countries..generally overseas is 40mhz..

USA is 27 and 75.. you can be fined if you are caught using a different frequency..
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sorry i can see that it only cost 69 dollars so if you could give me a link to a place that i can buy it in 40 mhz that would be nice
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Many things are said in this topic. There are some things to keep in mind: Any transmitter/receiver combo you buy will work as long as they are on the same freq.band (in your case 40mhz FM) A 40MHZ FM transmitter and 40mhz AM receiver will not work! All receivers made 1990 have a BEC system on board, so don't worry about that. I run myself a Sanwa M8 transmitter (40FM) with a Futaba receiver (40FM) in my Yokomo LCG. In my 1/18 XRAY M18 I run the same transmitter but with Jeti receiver (40FM) and last but not least: in my 1/8scale hydroplane raceboat I run again the same transmitter but with a Multiplex Pico receiver (again 40FM). So you see you can run any transmitter/receiver combo as long as they are on the same freq band. Hope this will help you.
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sorry i can see that it only cost 69 dollars so if you could give me a link to a place that i can buy it in 40 mhz that would be nice
yes very mutch an answer i cuold use so why did the other guys think i couldn use it what if i use will it sork perfectly fine
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