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anyone still flies there Kraft equipment?

Old 03-03-2023, 11:08 AM
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Hi all, anyone still flies there Kraft equipment?
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Originally Posted by Patrick F
Hi all, anyone still flies there Kraft equipment?
l flew my 80ís vintage 7C the last time in about 2010 and that was with an aftermarket narrowband AM receiver. Its all memories and dust collecting ever since. This stuff is getting quite old now and component aging will be or is an issue that canít be denied. I treasure the memories!!

I still have Kraft transmitters, receivers and some servos stashed away from every decade they were produced.

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Originally Posted by Truckracer
l flew my 80ís vintage 7C the last time in about 2010 and that was with an aftermarket narrowband AM receiver. Its all memories and dust collecting ever since. This stuff is getting quite old now and component aging will be or is an issue that canít be denied. I treasure the memories!!

I still have Kraft transmitters, receivers and some servos stashed away from every decade they were produced.
So, protect yourself from being hit my someone else but let your transmitter hit others. Not the way the use of narrow band was required.
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Originally Posted by rgburrill
So, protect yourself from being hit my someone else but let your transmitter hit others. Not the way the use of narrow band was required.
The old 7C transmitter was narrow band modified and certified in 1991!

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