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Old 07-11-2009, 06:48 PM   #1
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Default Want to convert my Futaba 72 MHz into a 2.4 GHz transmitter

The best price deal for such conversion that I saw is to use a module by Assan which is compatible to my Futaba and Hitec transmitters. The price of such module plus 2 recievers is about 1/3 of the original Futaba module.
However, I saw some comments in various forums advising that the Assan product is not reliable.
I shall much appreciate having opinions on that issue from users of thse products.

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Old 07-12-2009, 10:33 AM   #2
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The best price deal for such conversion that I saw is to use a module by Assan which is compatible to my Futaba and Hitec transmitters. The price of such module plus 2 recievers is about 1/3 of the original Futaba module. However, I saw some comments in various forums advising that the Assan product is not reliable. I shall much appreciate having opinions on that issue from users of thse products. Yigal
As you already have a Hitec TX, save your money and buy the new and arguably far superior Hitec systems
Spectra 2.4/Optima 7 Combo see also other options with 6ch rx etc (will also work in Futaba TX).
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