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    Compatible RX for SD10G

    Is there any china copy @ HK compatible RX to be used with SD10G? If yes, i'm looking to get it,to be used at cheap foamy plane.

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    RE: Compatible RX for SD10G


    ORIGINAL: lee_adz

    Is there any china copy @ HK compatible RX to be used with SD10G? If yes, i'm looking to get it,to be used at cheap foamy plane.
    so what you are asking is: "has any company in China stolen the trade secrets of Airtronics ATXand are they now selling illegal copies of ATX proprietary hardware at a fraction of the value and thereby cheating ATX out of their well earned revenue?"

    answer: nope.

    lowest cost ATX RX for SD-10G is the RX40

    http://www.hobbypeople.net/index.php...-receiver.html

    Gold Wing Su-26m/DLE-30, Twist 60/Saito 1.15, Airtronics 2.4 Ghz SD-10G.

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    RE: Compatible RX for SD10G

    I fly a number of parkflyer, EDF, and foamy airplanes as well as 450-class helicopters on the wonderful Airtronics RX60 parkflyer receiver:

    http://www.hobbypeople.net/index.php...ort-range.html

    This receiver is readily available from Hobby People for $39.99 and is a terrific, reliable performer.

    If you want to fly a combat foamy or an electric float plane (two scenarios where cheaper is better so long as it works), you will either need to put a $39 receiver at risk or choose a different radio platform.

    I have a really nice Hitec Optic 6 with a Spektrum DSM8 module in it. I buy the $5 orange receivers to use with it for projects that I don't expect to last long. This is a good solution for those rare times when $39 for a bulletproof, rock-solid radio link is just too high.
    Electric RC planes are like non-alcoholic beer, they are OK in a pinch if the real thing is not available.


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