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Old 12-12-2011, 03:18 PM
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I was thinking of buying the Park Zone Spitfire-the one with the receiver and servos but no transmitter. Question. I have an Airtronics RDS 8000. I know that it will not bind with the Spit's receiver but does anyone know if the servos on Spit will connect with an Airtronics receiver? Thanks in advance. Marty
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Old 12-12-2011, 03:21 PM
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Airtronics uses the same servo connectors as Hitec, JR, and Spektrum so you'll have no problem.
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trex,

To be specific, Parkzone has two types of planes:

PNP: stock plane with servos - no RX or TX included (typically around $179 for Corsair, T28, etc)
BNF: stock plane with servos - Spektrum RX included. No Transmitter included (typically around $249 for Corsair, T28, etc)

As MM mentioned, the servos are standard 3-pin servos and will work with most receivers.

JC

FYI - some of the lower end planes and helicopters due include an entry level TX (eg: elfight). Check out www.hobbyzone.com under Parkzone tab to see which ones do
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Thanks guys, I really appreciate it.
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