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Old 01-04-2017, 03:15 PM
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Happy new year guys.
Can anyone tell me whether I can use an eflite 60 -120 110deg nose gear retract without any other electronics ie. driver board. I just want to plug into my Rx and go.
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David
Old 01-04-2017, 05:05 PM
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hiya david happy new year.
i have a set of 60/120 eflite retracts in my top flight b25 which work great..but i would suggest as i did use a separate battery and switch to operate them.my battery is a 2s 2200 ma life pack which will last a good flying day.i cycled mine the other day more than a dozen times resetting my gear door sequence..

cheers shayne
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FlyinPiggy, just plug in and go, I have one plane with over 600 flights no gear issue with the nose, I did not use a separate battery for the gear, but did have a 3 cell lipo with a voltage regulator set to 6 volts.

Happy flying, Cheers
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Thanks guys ☺
Old 01-10-2017, 12:14 AM
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hi mate with my life packs i dont use a voltage reg.

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