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Old 10-26-2009, 08:52 PM
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Is the M11X substantially lighter then the M11's? Also can you run 7.4v unregulated through the new FHSS-3 rx's
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Is the M11X substantially lighter then the M11's? Also can you run 7.4v unregulated through the new FHSS-3 rx's
From the manual it says, input voltage 4.8v-6.0v, so I guess you have to put regulator in between if you want to use LiPo.
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Is the M11X substantially lighter then the M11's? Also can you run 7.4v unregulated through the new FHSS-3 rx's
Yes. Please see this thread..

http://www.rctech.net/forum/radio-el...-m11-m11x.html

M11X is 127g lighter which is equivalent to the weight of about five AA batteries.
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Is the M11X substantially lighter then the M11's? Also can you run 7.4v unregulated through the new FHSS-3 rx's
As long as the speedo your using regulates 4.8v to 6.0v to the receiver and servo you'll be fine. If you're using this in a gas car, then you might need a voltage regulator.
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