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    Futaba receivers (R6106HFC) for racing

    Hi. I'm just checking to see if anyone has used the Futaba R6106HFC for racing with good results. I'd like to put them in my EF1 planes. Thanks, Jim

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    RE: Futaba receivers (R6106HFC) for racing

    Its listed as a mid-range parkflyer receiver. Not sure I would be willing to risk it personally.

    Notes from the Tech Department
    This is the Futaba R6106HF 2.4GHz FASST 6-Channel Park Flyer Receiver.

    FEATURES: Ideal for park flyers, indoor models and helis up to 19.7" (500mm) in
    length and 39.4" (1000mm) main rotor diameter
    Use with any servo in normal mode or digital servos in high speed
    mode
    End pin design for easy servo connections
    Easy Link ensures receiver recognizes and responds only to
    transmitter it is linked to
    One year limited warranty through manufacturer

    INCLUDES: Futaba R6106HF 2.4GHz FASST 6-Channel Park Flyer Receiver

    REQUIRES: Linking to transmitter, installing in model and connecting servos and
    battery

    SPECS: Size: 0.85 x 1.53 x 0.48" (21 x 39 x 12mm)
    Weight: 0.24 oz (6.7g)
    Voltage Range: 4.8 - 7.4V

    jxs 8/27/09
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    Dave Norman
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    RE: Futaba receivers (R6106HFC) for racing

    Thanks for the input. What is the favorite Futaba 2.4 receiver for racing? Thanks, Jim

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    RE: Futaba receivers (R6106HFC) for racing

    the 617 is pretty much what everyone is using now.
    Dave Norman
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