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Old 11-13-2011, 07:34 PM   #1
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any on you the model : 92010 (rx-461 ) telemetry with a lipo 2 cell with a regulator?? and it it safe??

the book show 6v-7.4v

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I run this RX in my Nitro GT, works great No regulator needed if your running HV servos. Now if your asking how well it works with regular servos and a lipo with a reg to bring it down to the 6volts I wouldn't know. I run HV servos and lipo battery power plug straight to RX and works GREAT!!
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any on you the model : 92010 (rx-461 ) telemetry with a lipo 2 cell with a regulator?? and it it safe??

the book show 6v-7.4v

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I can never get teh regulator to run properly..... Always cut for no reason (in 1/8, 1/5, 1/10 both on and offroad, tried 3A and 5A regulator from different manufacture)..... So now I either run HV servo w/ direct 2S lipo or if the servos are not HV, just run good old nihm packs......
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