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|05-10-2011, 04:43 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2006
Location: Not sure yet
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JR XP7202, Charger, R790UL Receiver, RX battery and switch harness
I am hoping to get $150 shipped within the US. Radio will be shipped in original box (double boxed inside another box)
I am not interested in trades or separating anything out at this time and I feel the price is very reasonable and thus firm.
Paypal or USPS money order (preferred) accepted.
Included (I am the original owner, everything has been well looked after and is in excellent condition):
JR XP7202 Airplane version (setup for smooth throttle, not ratcheting), has heli programming but default is air. (It is the radio the DX7 is based on, just 72MHz)
- Synthesized and can be easily programmed on any channel (15-60) in the 72MHz band. Channel is saved for each model.
-For more information here is a good RCG review
-Manual for radio included
-The stock battery has passed away but I acquired an 8 AA cell battery case
that fits the battery compartment better than the stock battery did.
It has allowed me to use my own AA rechargeable batteries in it. The stock charger
seems to charge these just fine but I tend to use my bench charger for all my batteries.
Note: the battery case is included but NOT the rechargeable batteries, I need to hold on to those.
While any 1.2V AA rechargeable is perfectly fine to use I am not sure if using regular
alkaline (1.5V) AA batteries (even though they will fit the case) is wise without using
some diodes to drop the voltage as 8 fresh alkalines will be over 12V.
JR R790UL receiver. New, never been used.
-Also synthesized so any channel can be selected, no need for crystals.
JR receiver battery (4.8V 1100mAh) Has only been used to test servos and receivers on the bench a few times.
JR Switch harness, came stock with the radio has never been used.
Stock charger for the radio and RX battery.
Also the little hex wrench to adjust the stick lengths.
Please PM me if interested or if you have any questions.
PS. If anyone is interested in the radio as well as some extra receivers I have listed some on RC Groups only Berg 7Ps left, you can deduct $3 per receiver ($24 for a Berg 7P with crystal) and I will include them with the radio.
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