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Old 01-28-2019, 09:04 AM
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Does anyone know if it's possible to purchase the trigger accessories separately? I misplaced mine and wanted to try the larger trigger piece. I checked amain, banzai, etc., but couldn't find anything.
I'm still looking for the trigger/grip accessories for the MT44. If anyone has a set they'd be willing to part with, send me a PM. Thanks.
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Old 01-28-2019, 05:14 PM
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Can one of you do me a favor? Can someone measure the widest part of the radio, presumably from the rightmost part of the steering wheel to the leftmost part of the display or battery housing? I'm trying to figure out what the minimum internal depth of case I need is. I have a few candidates on hand already, but they might be a bit tight. Someone back on page 8 aid they'd used a 6" deep case by removing internal foam and replacing with felt, but not sure if this was an internal or external measurement.

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Old 01-28-2019, 05:26 PM
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Has anyone tried updating the Code10 template?
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Originally Posted by big ted View Post
Can one of you do me a favor? Can someone measure the widest part of the radio, presumably from the rightmost part of the steering wheel to the leftmost part of the display or battery housing? I'm trying to figure out what the minimum internal depth of case I need is. I have a few candidates on hand already, but they might be a bit tight. Someone back on page 8 aid they'd used a 6" deep case by removing internal foam and replacing with felt, but not sure if this was an internal or external measurement.

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I measure 11cm at the widest point.




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I measure 11cm at the widest point.




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Old 01-28-2019, 09:55 PM
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has anyone tried the powerstar antenna-less receiver? if so, what mode do you use? FH3 or FH4T? the instructions say to use "FHSS" mode and the MT44 doesn't have that option.
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Old 02-01-2019, 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by RC*PHREAK View Post
has anyone tried the powerstar antenna-less receiver? if so, what mode do you use? FH3 or FH4T? the instructions say to use "FHSS" mode and the MT44 doesn't have that option.
Your good use either one of course i would use FHT4T mode on the transmitter since it is faster. FHSS is the protocol for FH3 AND FH4T
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Old 02-10-2019, 02:23 PM
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The HobbyStar HRX-472 from Amazon works perfectly in FH4 mode on the MT44. The bind button is hard to press correctly but if the case is taken off for the binding process it's a brease. Range is really good too.
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Hi guys. I am using m12 since long time ago . I know there are the best choice is M17 or m12s. But I concern how good mt44 is. Is it faster than m12????
I definitly know mt44 is slower than m12s(company say)
If mt44 is faster than m12, I would buy this time(much lighter)
please give your idea
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Originally Posted by accord12 View Post
Hi guys. I am using m12 since long tie ago . I know there are the best choice is M17 or m12s. But I am concern how good mt44 is. Is faster than m12 I definitly know slower than m12s(company say)
If my44 is faster than m12 I would buy this time
please give your idea
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Check this post. It's the same speed as the m12s
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Lipo from eBay 13 bucks! . Solder 2 plugs across the battery one goes to power the radio, other goes out the rubber plug outside the radio. No removing the battery to charge. You can see the plug on the pic of radio. No issue while charging either because the power to radio will be shutoff as the battery charges. Checked it all works
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Awesome!
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