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Old 11-08-2011, 07:41 PM   #1
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I am wondering if anyone can give me some first hand information. I have bought a m11x , but one thing that bothers me if that fact that I cannot use modules to drive miniz for instance. Additionally, while going through the menus I feel that the navigation is not as straight forward as I would like. Howevey it is a 4 ch radio with servo mixing ect. I wonder if the ko will do everything the m11 does and more.

Another thing which is making me question this choice is the compatibility of airtronics receivers with esc and servos (plugs)

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Any servo/esc plugs will fit in an Airtronics receiver.
All you need to do is use a hobby knife to trim the little tab on the side of the receiver plug (with the tab is Futaba style BTW).

The m11x can be a pain to navigate, but I would imagine will be hard to navigate any radio with the amount of features the m11x has...

I have no experience with the KO radio so I can thelp you there...

hope this helps!
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if used with 451R receiver and sanwa SRG servo, it will have better response
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I used to have a helios a few years back. I thought the menus were very quick to navigate and overall quite easy to use.
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