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Old 11-12-2004, 02:56 AM   #16
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hmmmmmmm I'm just wondering why you would go to the trouble to cut the tube and wind the antenna. I only run PCM and have never had a problem, but why risk it? I, like alot of us, seem to invest quite a lot of money in my rc stuff and I personally would hate to have a POSSIBLE run-away and risk hurting someone or my car just because it looks cool.
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