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Old 04-22-2007, 08:11 AM   #301
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i had this problem, receiver got into fail safe after 10mins of run on a buggy. will it help if i install a cap to the receiver??
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Old 04-22-2007, 04:16 PM   #302
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Default LRP Quantum Bullet problem with 2.4ghz

Had a problem with a LRP Bullet speedo getting stuck on full throttle when running 2.4ghz HRS, this is the second LRP speedo I ave had the trouble with.
The strange thing is it runs fine with a novak GTX, I have 2 receivers and they both do the same thing.
I just wondered if anyone has any ideas, I'm running 6 cells and 27t motor, I have tried all support in UK hence I now have 2 receivers and 2 speedos all tech guys stuffed for ideas as its intermitent.
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Old 04-26-2007, 12:52 PM   #303
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Does anyone know if the R603FS receiver works with the 3PM 2.4G? As far as I could tell, the only difference between that and the R603FF is that the FS has dual antenna(1 internal+ 1 external)

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Old 04-26-2007, 01:08 PM   #304
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Yes it works....Im using one with my 3PM and I have no issues.
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Old 04-26-2007, 01:26 PM   #305
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Default R603FF/FS difference?

Query,

It sounds like there are 2 styles of receiver out, is this correct? If so, what is the difference between the 2 of them?

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Stuart,

Like Darkseid said, the only difference is that the FS has internal and external antenna and the FF has only the external. No other differences.

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Since there is the FS and FF, which situations repectively are they recommended for?
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Yes it works....Im using one with my 3PM and I have no issues.
Thanks. Just wanted to know so I can know all my options while surfing the buy/sell boards.
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Since there is the FS and FF, which situations repectively are they recommended for?
They're pretty much both ment for the same situations. According to Futaba, the FS just has less chance of signal drop compared to the FF. And the FS cost $10 more. I guess its just a little more security to go along with 2.4G technology AND failsafe.

I wouldn't buy the FS over the FF just for that, but if I find one used, I wanted to be sure it would work.


***edit*** its the FS that has less chance of signal drop, I had it the other way around originally.
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They're pretty much both ment for the same situations. According to Futaba, the FF just has less chance of signal drop compared to the FS. And the FS cost $10 more. I guess its just a little more security to go along with 2.4G technology AND failsafe.

I wouldn't buy the FS over the FF just for that, but if I find one used, I wanted to be sure it would work.

Strange, FF is sounds better than FS, as it has less chance of signal drop, but FS costs $10 more?
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The FS run in HRS high response mode or PPM. has auto detection for the different modes. only works with the 3PK.

I haven't had any problems with signal loss with mine.
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Just FYI it also works with the futaba 3vc
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Zombie,

As Kevin K and I both stated you can use either RX with the 3PM. The FF only has the external antenna, that's the only difference. And yes it also works with the 3VC for you stick drivers. Darkseid has is backwards, the FS has less chance of signal drop since it has both antennae. Either way, you can't go wrong. Both RX work great and the 3PM is a great radio for someone who doesn't want or need a 3PK system.

Just ask Kevin K, he has driven both TXs and I'm sure he is just as happy with the PM as he would be with the PK.

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socko do you check your personal stuff like pm or email ?
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Futaba system works flawlessly ... no glitches and no worries of who is on your channel... one of the best investments i have made in rc.
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