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Thread: eQ-6 Turbo


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    eQ-6 Turbo

    Are eQ6 Turbo's ok to use in a warbird,,, CARF 110" Corsair,,, ?

    Reason for question, this plane Has A LOT of carbon fiber in it.


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    RE: eQ-6 Turbo

    Hi BV,
    The Eq6 Turbo does not care. Its whether your receiver cares or not.
    Robert Ritchey
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    RE: eQ-6 Turbo

    Hi Robert, thanks for the fast reply!

    yea all this C/F does raise my concern for when I start to gather my air borne gear for my F4U. The Rx will more than likely be a Jr 921 with 8711's every where.


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    RE: eQ-6 Turbo

    Hi Bill,
    Whether the Eq6 is in there or not should not in any way affect the reception. As always, just do careful range checks before flying.
    Robert Ritchey
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