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Old 02-26-2004, 08:40 PM   #16
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Penggoy,

You may try www.kopropo.com
Or email them at [email protected]
KO rep just replied to my email and he told me that they dont have it anymore. They might have it in the future but it will be produced here in the US instead of importing from Japan to save on import duties etc.

What the dimensions of your tx case maybe towerhobbies has a case that will fit this radio also.

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KO rep just replied to my email and he told me that they dont have it anymore. They might have it in the future but it will be produced here in the US instead of importing from Japan to save on import duties etc.

What the dimensions of your tx case maybe towerhobbies has a case that will fit this radio also.

thnx
penggoy,

It's dimensions are : (inches)

14 L x 10 H x 6 W

Another option you may have is the Aluminum Cases that you
may buy from Home Improvement Stores. They sell for about
$25 - $30 (more or less)... I used on my previous controller and
they work just as fine.
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Penggoy,

Here is how it's look. Feel free to let me know if you cant find one
and I may get it for you and ship it over. Send me a PM.
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jwf-ronni: I was wondering do you find that the helios is a bit too busy or difficult to use? It seems that there are so many buttons to press...

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jwf-ronni: I was wondering do you find that the helios is a bit too busy or difficult to use? It seems that there are so many buttons to press...

thanks Jason
Jason,

Not at all.
The entire thing is programmable. This means that the TX is
flexible and can "preped" to suit the user's preference.

For example, you may program it to make your Brake Throw Trim
adjusted thru your thumb finger (useful when you need adjusting
while driving) or you may program the conventional way of going
thru your normal screen selection. And/or use that same button to be your Steering Trim or Speed adjustment. And just so on and
so forth. Yet at the same time, these same buttons can also be
programed to be non-functional if the user isn't comfortable in
using certain buttons...

Its things like these is why it has many buttons.
Don't be intimidated with its appearance or numerous buttons.
Once you read the manual and learn what they are for, you will
find that its one of the easiest yet most functional radio. At least,
that's how I find it.

Hope this helps.
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