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Old 08-27-2003, 10:06 AM
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Nothing like getting lost in 'RCUniverse' the first time using it!! Dont know where this is going but....I am the only one still flying single-stick radios??? What the hell's a thread?
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Old 08-27-2003, 10:55 AM
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There have been some post on SS from time to time. I still fly Kraft, JR and EK single sticks but it seems we are a dying breed. There are still a few diehards like myself still using them but most people have never even seen one, never mind using. I started using EK, Orbit, Proline and Kraft back in the late 60's and now fly mostly 2 stick but like to keep the SS working (flyable).
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Old 08-27-2003, 12:26 PM
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I have four SS Kraft radios and I'm taking them with me to the next life!
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Old 08-27-2003, 07:56 PM
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Default WHOOPS, victim of a "thumb goof"...please read the NEXT post instead!

WHOOPS...check out the actual post BELOW!
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Old 08-27-2003, 08:02 PM
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Default Better check MY thread about BUILDING you OWN "knobbies"...!

Dear SingleStick and Fellow KNOBBY Tx Fans:

The PIPE Here yet AGAIN...and from the following photo of yours truly...



...you can see that I'm a DEDICATED knobby flier myself!

Don't know if anyone in THIS thread has checked out my own thread on "building your OWN single stick radios" yet, the one that's at http://www.rcuniverse.com/showthread...053&forumid=70 ....but I've mentioned just about ALL the links there, that one would need to make up their OWN "knobby" single stick radio...as NO new ones have been "commercially" made by anyone in about a dozen years or so now!

My OWN new MicroStar based COMPUTER encodered knobby box is just waiting for its "Ham side" components...the FMA RFD1FM RF deck and the two Quantum-8 FM receivers that are tuned to it, ALL on 50.86 MHz (Ch.03)...to arrive in the mail sometime in the next week's "worth of time" to be received, and the RF deck all installed, for IT to be ready to start FLYING my RC aircraft at long last!

There's ALREADY an Ace RC FM deck in that MicroStar, on Ch.47, and two Hitec "shift-selectable" seven channel receivers tuned to THAT RF deck already "in-house", and since I've intended ALL of what will eventually be FIVE MicroStar based knobbies in my hangar...and THREE of these will be installed into ProLine "Chidgey-Stick" equipped "Competition Six" gutted-of-OLD-electronics knobby Tx cases...to be DUAL band usable radios, I'm just waiting for the "Ham side" of my FIRST MicroStar knobby box to be delivered, and then it's FUN time!

Check out that thread...and find out how MANY more "knobby Tx fans" ARE out there!

Yours Sincerely,

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Here we have many forums under the single RCUniverse forum.
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