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Old 07-16-2007, 04:45 AM   #106
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The M-11 is made by Airtronics. And they already have a 2.4 ghz system
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Old 07-16-2007, 05:09 AM   #107
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sir i am using 3pk 40mhz if switch to FASST it will be work
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Old 07-16-2007, 05:32 AM   #108
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the thing is actually bigger than the PCM receivers.....and that hump sticking out is ridiculous
You're wrong. It's actually much smaller than the PCM RX, it's the size of the HRS receiver, which has always been considered quite small. I don't know how you guys can think this RX is too big.
And that hump is the second antenna, part of the reason why this system has been flawless - unlike Spektrum.
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Any ideas which would have the least latency ? FASST on HRS or Spektrum on HRS ?

With all the channel hopping Futaba dose that's got to slow things down ? I am coning from a HRS enabled crystal system so i have got used to the fastest system available. Been using FASST before about 3 years ago and got all sorts of drop outs and interference not to mention the hot weather shut downs from the FASST system.

Is the Spektrum HRS system any better/faster ? At least it doesn't channel hop which is good.
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I've been racing with Futaba FASST last 4 years and now this year with the Spektrum DX3R. I'm a fan of the R, since it's lightweight and receiver can handle up to 9.6 volts. I don't feel latency in the either, both fast enough for me and I race several classes, on and offroad.
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Have you tried the Spektrum modules for the 3PK that are made for its HRS mode by any chance ? That's what i am looking at trying.

When i was racing the FASST system in my 3PK that car felt a bit drunk to drive. A bit doughy. Where as on the crystals it feels more snappy and crisp.
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