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Old 01-01-2005, 11:38 AM
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Default Ace Silver Seven TX (ch44 AM)

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I have an Ace Silver Seven TX (ch 44 AM) and would like to by a compatible RX with at least 4 channels. I don't know if it's a positive or negative shift TX.

Can someone give some help, please.

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Old 01-01-2005, 02:16 PM
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Shift only applies to FM. You can use any AM receiver.
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Default RE: Ace Silver Seven TX (ch44 AM)

you could also replace the rf deck with a modern FM unit from Marv at www.jensenjetmodels.com
these are made by FMA, are certified for use in all ace radios and will work with any negative shift receiver like futaba or hitec. Marv will also have just about any other part you need for your ace



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Default RE: Ace Silver Seven TX (ch44 AM)

There's an Ace RC radio gear ONLINE USER community you can check with, too...

Dear Command Central:

The PIPE Here yet again...and if you head for http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ACERC/ , you'll have found a USER BASE for your fellow Ace RC Silver Seven transmitter fans...and just about ANYHTING else Ace RC made for radio gear that's of a "NON-computer radio" nature!!!

Marv Jensen can be of great help...Pete Waters in Michigan (and Florida, at this time of year), Tony Stillman (Radio South, at http://www.radiosouthrc.com/radio_repair.htm ), as well as Joe DuMond in Texas (at http://www.dumondrc.com/ ) can help you out there, as well...!

Hope these links can help you out a small bit...and DEFINITELY check out the Yahoo Ace RC radio gear forum!

Yours Sincerely,

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