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Old 05-20-2017, 07:38 AM
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What type of transponder systems does HCRCR and Loganville RC use for racing ? I'm assuming i need to get one of the Mylaps RC4 transponders that amain carries. They offer two different ones, a hybrid which is like $115 and a 3 wire for $89. Any huge difference between the two, or do I need a specific one to work at these tracks
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Old 05-21-2017, 08:26 AM
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What type of transponder systems does HCRCR and Loganville RC use for racing ? I'm assuming i need to get one of the Mylaps RC4 transponders that amain carries. They offer two different ones, a hybrid which is like $115 and a 3 wire for $89. Any huge difference between the two, or do I need a specific one to work at these tracks
I use 2 - 2 wire mylaps transponders that work at every track and all of the state events. I would suggest getting 1 for each car you race. It's very hard to change out for each race.
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Old 05-21-2017, 08:31 AM
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The "Hybrid" will work with older AMB/Mylaps RC2/RC3 decoders as well as the RC4 decoder. The "3 Wire" only works with Mylaps RC4 decoder. So if there's a chance a track has an older decoder the hybrid will be a safer choice. Other than that they work the same!
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