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Reciever w/built-in fail safe or seperate reciever and fail safe?

Old 01-30-2008, 12:43 AM
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Default Reciever w/built-in fail safe or seperate reciever and fail safe?

I have a Hitec agressor in 75mhz fm and am setting up my HPI Baja5b(gasser) to use it. Stock radio( it was a RTR)Has a built in failsafe. I can get a futaba rec with built in failsafe for 53$ or rec w/no failsafe for 35$ and 20-40 $ for a seperate failsafe. Which is the preferred method?
Old 01-30-2008, 05:41 AM
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Default RE: Reciever w/built-in fail safe or seperate reciever and fail safe?

I like my Spektrum with a failsafe on it, but for 75MHz, you should get a seperate failsafe.

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