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Setup for an buggy? (sounds, small tm)?

Old 06-25-2005, 09:25 AM
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Default Setup for an buggy? (sounds, small tm)?

I really want to start getting some onboard videos of running around the track and such. My question is what kind of system should I get and where?

The things I'd love to see in the setup:

~Decent picture
~Can handle bumps and jumping
~Somewhat small camera and trasmitter (persuadable to fit under a body)
~Sound (doesnt have to be perfect but sumthing to hear the throttle)
~Somthing easy to use. IE 2.4ghz, not those that you have to fine to with a knob?

Please help me find a good system guys? I guess somewhere around 300 +/-
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I'd get the cheapest setup blackwidow sells. You won't need as much range with a land vehicle.
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Ya I mean just for around the track which is probably 100ft?
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Default RE: Setup for an buggy? (sounds, small tm)?

I'd say that any of the cheap 2.4 ghz setups would work just fine. Even one of those little cube cameras would be good on a medium sized track. Just make sure it has switchable frequencies with a set of switches and not tuning knobs. I've used cheap setups on airboats and they worked pretty well. Just make sure your tx antenna is pointed straight up, preferrably out the top of the car.

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