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Old 02-17-2006, 11:06 AM   #31
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Thanks for the replies...

That new super radio is just too cool for me to pass up..

Think i'll just wait for the whole set.

Any idea wats the damage is going to be like?
The 3PK-Super wont be delived with the 2.4 GHz system in the box I think - at least not here in Europe. U need to buy that separately or ask the shop to make a deal... As said, I'm not shure of the availability in the US either.

Do note also in Europe you will be able to buy the 3PK-Super in two versions, one with the R113iP PCM reciver (same price as the earlier version). And also together with the new R303FHS HRS/PPM synthesizer reciver. That is a little bit more expensive though.

Booth 3PK-Super versions are with the new synthesizer module though, only difference is wich reciver is included (+ the price difference).
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Old 02-17-2006, 03:47 PM   #32
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Damn, that new super 3PK is HOT!! I want one lol
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Old 02-17-2006, 07:45 PM   #33
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The 3PK-Super wont be delived with the 2.4 GHz system in the box I think - at least not here in Europe. U need to buy that separately or ask the shop to make a deal... As said, I'm not shure of the availability in the US either.

Do note also in Europe you will be able to buy the 3PK-Super in two versions, one with the R113iP PCM reciver (same price as the earlier version). And also together with the new R303FHS HRS/PPM synthesizer reciver. That is a little bit more expensive though.

Booth 3PK-Super versions are with the new synthesizer module though, only difference is wich reciver is included (+ the price difference).
Ahh... i see i see.

Thanks for the great info...

Can't wait for this 1 to come out in the market.
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Old 02-19-2006, 01:23 PM   #34
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The only negative thing with this one seems to be it's price. From what I've heard the module and reciver together will cost 2600 SEK, compared to 1500SEK for the normal Spektrum module and reciver.
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Old 02-19-2006, 01:33 PM   #35
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The only negative thing with this one seems to be it's price. From what I've heard the module and reciver together will cost 2600 SEK, compared to 1500SEK for the normal Spektrum module and reciver.
Yes, the Spectrum system is cheap...
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Old 02-20-2006, 09:18 AM   #36
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http://at.robbe-online.net/rims_at.s...1c3e0dc14606be

Go to "important new items" , top left

577 euro
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http://at.robbe-online.net/rims_at.s...1c3e0dc14606be

Go to "important new items" , top left

577 euro
157.45 x 2: how do you add that up to 577 euro?

Or am I missing something maybee... ?
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Are they in stock through Robbe?
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http://at.robbe-online.net/rims_at.s...1c3e0dc14606be

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577 euro

So you mean its already available at this shop?
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Old 02-21-2006, 08:28 AM   #40
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yes x4 it is availeble,at the robbe shop.
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yes x4 it is availeble,at the robbe shop.
Nope. Its available so you can see it in their webshop though... The first production run isnt even made yet... trust me.
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157.45 x 2: how do you add that up to 577 euro?

Or am I missing something maybee... ?
Looks like it.
Order No.: 1-F3022 €:577,45

That's for the complete set incl 3PK.
Search for F3022 on the Robbe site.
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Order No.: 1-F3022 €:577,45

That's for the complete set incl 3PK.
Search for F3022 on the Robbe site.
The Robbe F3020 is the German partnumber for the new T3PK-Super radio including the standard synthesizer module (PK-FSM) and synthesizer reciver (R303FHS) on 40MHz. It does not include the 2.4 GHz module/reciver...

The Robbe German partnumber for the PK-FSM 2.4 GHz RF module is: F1901.
The Robbe German partnumber for the R603FS 2.4 GHz reciver is: F0901.
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Whats up with the selectors on the modules and receivers for the 2.4ghz system do you have to choose you frequency unlike the spektrum system?????
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Whats up with the selectors on the modules and receivers for the 2.4ghz system do you have to choose you frequency unlike the spektrum system?????
Nope. You can run it in automatic mode also as the other 2.4GHz systems.
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