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Jr 8103 vs Jr 6102

Old 07-06-2004, 10:50 AM
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Default Jr 8103 vs Jr 6102

I am looking at buying one of these radios, where I live the 8103 is $200 more. Besides the two extra channels what can the 8103 provide that the 6102 cannot. I want to use the radio for an Ultra Stick with flaps and ailerons. I only fly airplanes. Thanks for your input
Old 07-07-2004, 02:02 AM
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Default RE: Jr 8103 vs Jr 6102

I have an 8103. My last 6 channel was a JR 652. Both are good radios, and the 6102 has some features that I wish I had on the 8103. If I was to purchase another radio at the moment, it would be a 6102. If for nothing else than to be able to assign mixes and rates to my choice of switch locations.

Decide on how many mixes you want, and how many channels you may need in the near future and make your choice. You will likely go with the 6102. If you don't have a need to mix elevator channels to run two elevator servos independantly through the receiver, the 6102 would be the best choice. If you had to do the mix, a Matchbox would do it too.

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