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as3x (or gyro)question

Old 02-19-2012, 03:32 PM
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Anyone know if its possible to equip this on an existing airplane, or are ifthere any alternatives? ( for micro-mini planes)
Old 05-25-2012, 03:39 PM
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From what I've read it's programmed for the characteristics of the plane that it comes with (is it embedded in the receiver?). That said there's a UMX forum on one of the other rc forum sites and there's some posts from people who have put it in other planes...
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Yes, on the UMX planes, the as3x is built into the receiver. So you would have to buy the receiver/as3x as one piece. Think it's around $80 from Horizon Hobby. I found this out when I was considering upgrading my UMX SBach to include the new as3x. And they also told me the existing servos might not be fast enough to respond to the as3x system, so I should replace them also. Decided to stick with what I already had. Flies fine as long as there is no wind.

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