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DX8 Transmitter with Cars

Old 02-04-2022, 07:16 PM
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Are there any remote control RC Cars that can be used with a DX8 Transmitter?
Old 02-05-2022, 04:24 AM
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Any, as long as you have a receiver that will work with the DX8. Now if you are talking about off-the-shelf without changes, I doubt it.
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Want to give it a try with my transmitter. I have trouble with the hand-held that come with it. Thanks for the info.
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The trouble with aircraft transmitters is the throttle stick isn’t spring loaded to return to neutral/zero throttle. Not a major problem, but if you forget, you could run into trouble. You will undoubtedly need to adjust your travel and end points to work correctly, but that should be the least of the trouble.
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Originally Posted by 1QwkSport2.5r
The trouble with aircraft transmitters is the throttle stick isnít spring loaded to return to neutral/zero throttle. Not a major problem, but if you forget, you could run into trouble. You will undoubtedly need to adjust your travel and end points to work correctly, but that should be the least of the trouble.
This is not true. You can actually switch the mode to mode 2 I believe which switches the throttle to the right stick, which is spring loaded and will return to zero position and allow for reverse.

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