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Old 10-08-2009, 01:13 AM
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2.4GHz allows for the potential to maximize the speed of communication.This is the Eurus' imposed mission. This system begins with DDS, and then the steering and trigger maturation of advanced materials conveys the maximum possible fine fingertip control.The new weapon converges its power. Direct Digital System(D.D.S) 3D Adjustable Trigger Flat Sponge Steering D.D.S. Corresponding Receiver KR-409S Function Display Setting Module Support The EX-10 Eurus and RF-902S system is an all-digital communication signal process.The new system employs h i g h - q u a l i t y communication by removing the data and time loss due to digital to analog conversion.The result is 300% better response when compared to a conventional system. Putting you in control as you imagined it to be. Expect it to start shipping in December.


Features:

● New version RF-902 series 2.4G module

● Direct Digital System

● Speed about 3times faster than previous version

● 4WS mixing capabilities

● Compatible FM・AM・AD module

● 40 model memory support.

● 3CH and 4CH allow for additional mixing capabilities. 1/5th scale and crawler capabilities are covered similar to full-scale cars.

● Neutral Brake: The transmitter can control the neutral brake or roll at neutral when using a brushless motor.

● The three upper LED lighting on the body of the transmitter can be assigned to features.

● Steering, Throttle, Model and Options are displayed in a new program to quickly access the required

● Intelligent Recognition Module

● Standard equipment, D.D.S-2. 4 GH z-module "RF-902SM"









● DDS- RF902S/SM module & KR409S receiver ONLY for EX-10 Eurus


● D.D.S. Corresponding Receiver KR-409S
DDS KR-409S uses the traditional size and weight and comes compatible.Reasonably will fit in a wide range of chassis


● Setting Module Support
ICS settings can be performed through the module pack as the multi setting adapter.The Eurus body, PDS series of servos and VFSseries of ESC can be set up.(Optional card required . #6107,#61008,#61017,#61021)The Eurus body automatically displays the corresponding menu module that is attached through its intelligent identification.


● 3D Adjustable Trigger
Newly designed 3D trigger allows for moving the brake trigger. Fingers of different sizes and
operation are supported by the ideas from KO.


● Function Display
Steering, Throttle, Model and Options are displayed in a new program to quickly access the required functions and classified features. Traditional and additional new features are supported.



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Old 10-08-2009, 02:56 AM
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so can the new module RF-902S be fitted to older ex-10 that was using the ss system? or do we need to upgrade the whole system?
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Why would KO name it “Eurus”? As in the “unlucky east wind” which brings rain. Isn't it taboo to name anything that's associated to bad luck in any kind of motor sports?
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so can the new module RF-902S be fitted to older ex-10 that was using the ss system? or do we need to upgrade the whole system?
902S/SM module ONLY for EX-10 Eurus
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And for those of you wondering 'Eurus'??? - Ko delightfully tell us, "Eurus is the name of a God in Greek mythology and was in charge of the East Wind." - Eurus aka Euros.

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Can analog servos be used with this system?
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I love the size of the receiver on the KO. Why can't Futaba and Sanwa come equipped with receivers this size. Makes me think they are aimed more at the 1/8 scale market.

Some of the cars coming onto the 1/10 buggy market are really thin in with. Schumacher CAT SX & Team Durango DEX401. There is little space inside for chunky electronics. The KO rec looks perfect alternative to the Spektrum micro.
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Originally Posted by geerno View Post
I love the size of the receiver on the KO. Why can't Futaba and Sanwa come equipped with receivers this size. Makes me think they are aimed more at the 1/8 scale market.

Some of the cars coming onto the 1/10 buggy market are really thin in with. Schumacher CAT SX & Team Durango DEX401. There is little space inside for chunky electronics. The KO rec looks perfect alternative to the Spektrum micro.
If you look carefully the KO Rx's servo pins are stacked on top of the main Rx case so it makes the whole thing look smaller when in fact it's taller eg double decker. Basically it traded a larger vertical footprint for a smaller horizontal footprint.

Now if you look at this Sawnwa RX notice the servo plug pins are to the side and not stacked on top like the KO so yes the horizontal footprint is bigger but it's lower profile compared to the KO. It's really just trading one for another.

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Good point, although I am sure I would have a lot more trouble fitting the Sanwa in the Durango over the KO. The vertical addition, is kind of negated as the plugs and wires come up, so I would find the smaller base footprint better to work with.

Excuse the phone pic. You see the point, the Futaba is only slightly bigger than the Sanwa, and is not in an ideal position.



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Will EX-10 drop down still fit this new radio???
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ETA for the US?
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Says it is expected to start shipping in december. Any idea on a price?
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keen as to get my hands on this product.

i love the trigger idea its just damn right brillant bout time someone thought of the people with fat fingers.


all seriously its gonna be a beast of a radio not saying the helios is any slouch.
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Originally Posted by lil-bump View Post
Will EX-10 drop down still fit this new radio???
Per KO USA today, it is the same drop down option for both radios.
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Says it is expected to start shipping in december. Any idea on a price?
List prices are $399 or $414. There are two prices depending on options.
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