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Old 02-26-2008, 02:14 PM
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Does Maxamps make anything that will work in the Spektrum DX2 or DX3 systems? How about the DX3R system?
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Li-Po or Nimh?

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LiPo.
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http://www.maxamps.com/TXB25003-FU.htm this is wjhat I use in my DX3. But you need to solder a set of leads to the back of the stock battry holder connectors. Put on a Micro Deans Connector and then a Micro Deans on the Li-Po Transmitter pack. takes about 10 minutes to do this and they work great plus you can still use the original battery rack if need be.

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