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Increasing Tx/Rx performance in Bit charger/clones,etc.

Old 04-21-2004, 12:23 PM
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Default Increasing Tx/Rx performance in Bit charger/clones,etc.

Hello again! does anyone know how to increase the range for the Bit charger cars, clones? Either by a Rx or Tx mod. I have heard it has been discussed before. I also heard somewhere that depending on what frequency you are using, for example, 49 Mhz, an aerial extension mod using that orange copper wire, will varie in length on how much to use, depending on what frequency you are using? is this true? and are there any simple ways of increasing power output to the motors, i know of the FET mod, how do you do that? Cheers for any replies!

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