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    Help with 27mhz radio

    I recently bought a Rustler back in December and have spent $100's on upgrades. My 4yr old daughter seems very fascinated with rc cars but I don't allow her to drive my Rusty, so yesterday I stopped by
    Walmart on the way home and bought her a $12 rc Dodge Challenger. Now she's in love with her car and takes it everywhere she goes. Today I went back to Walmart to buy myself a little monster truck but I totally
    forgot about radio interference. Both rc cars are running on 27mhz without any way to switch channels. Is there any way to switch the frequency on one of the cars so that there is no more interference? I opened up
    my monster truck and it looks like the crystal is intergrated into the board. Any suggestions on how to change the radio frequency?

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    No sorry... There is no easy way to do it.

    U could retro fit it with hobby grade electronics but its gets very expensive.
    LOSI: 5IVE-T, 8IGHT-E, MICRO SCT
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