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HELP with my old Futaba 3PJ radio controller and Futaba receiver

Old 07-21-2011, 08:33 PM
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Default HELP with my old Futaba 3PJ radio controller and Futaba receiver

God... this is not gonna be easy.

So. i have a new Tamiya TT01 drift spec electric car. With TRU-05 receiver.
My Tamiya radio controller broke and now Im trying to use my old FUTABA radio.

question number 1:
Can i use this radio and the futaba Fp-113f receiver on this car???

question #2:
so the FUTABA rf module (FP-TJ-FM) shows 40 mhz on it.

So i can ONLYuse 40mhz crystals?

question #3:
the FM Tx crystals goes in to the radio controller's rf module and the Rx crustal goes in to the futaba receiver, right?
( i have a 40.665 and 40.815 Tx and Rx crystals )

question #4:
what else do i have to do besides inserting the the Tx crystal in to the radio and the Rx crystal in to the receiver and connecting my steering servo in to channel 1 and my novak esc to channel 2?
do i have to connect a battery to the B/C channel ?
I do have a battery but even after i charged it and connected it to the B channel on my receiver nothing happened.
Im clueless... I did tru to change some kinda channel on my radio controller and hit DIRECT but nothing. HELPPLS!!

Old 07-21-2011, 08:46 PM
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Default RE: HELP with my old Futaba 3PJ radio controller and Futaba receiver

anyone tried this?

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