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    Airwild Hobbies Wild Gage tach /voltmeter

    I have heard that this is a fairly good unit, but I would like to hear from some hands on users on just how well does this Wild Gage tach/voltmeter from Airwild Hobbies perform, and in your opinion is it a worthwhile purchase ??

    Karol
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    RE: Airwild Hobbies Wild Gage tach /voltmeter

    Do you have a link? I can't find what you are talking about except for the Fromeco TNC tach.
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    RE: Airwild Hobbies Wild Gage tach /voltmeter

    It is listed in the Airwild Hobbies product line as the Wild Gage, which is a three in one unit of tachometer, voltmeter and continuity meter.

    Karol
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