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Old 07-06-2005, 06:59 PM
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Can I mix Hitec and Futaba servos on one plane. My receiver is the Futaba DP149. The plane is quite big 80" wingspan. I am using 6v batteries and I am using Hitec 5645 digital and Futaba 3305 analog servos together.
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Old 07-06-2005, 07:22 PM
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Yes..Im using JR and Futaba servos together..As long as the TX and RX match your fine
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I am mixing Hitec, Futaba old, Futaba new, and JR servos. Doesn’t seem to be any problem.

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ORIGINAL: Jeremiah Johnson

Yes..Im using JR and Futaba servos together..As long as the TX and RX match your fine
you don't even have to go that far... as long as the shift of the tx and rx match it works fine. (i fly a futaba radio with 4 or 5 brands of rx's, just off the top of my head)
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