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anyone have a favorite aftermarket radio system? Favorite radio system under 100 bucks? 200 bucks?
Do they have them in green with a soda cooler?...
....and the best part is it will bind with the stock receiver that is currently in my Fury BLX. ...
I heard this rumour before.
Did you try it yourself?
HobbyKing is offering those FlySky's surface radios under their own brand name.
I have tried to bind it with my Arrma receivers, but it did not work.
No, haven't tried this personally, but I remember reading somewhere that it should work with the FlySky transmitter. I believe that the Axial AR-3 and Arrma ARX100 receivers are both made by FlySky (heck the Axial AX-3 and Arrma ATX 100 transmitters look identical), and I know that others were able to bind the Axial AR-3 to the FlySky GT-3C. But don't quote me on that, it may just be hearsay.
Even if it doesn't work, FlySky receivers are going for $7 on eBay and $10 on amazon, so no big deal.
It's not the cheapest option but it would allow for use on other models as well, has a couple of extra channels too!Well...I am saving up for it...
But it will be January before I can give you my verdict..
So anyone else can say something about this receiver/transmitter set-up...It would be much appreciated...
I see, that sounds like it's a good fit for me. I guess I need to know what's involved in doing the conversion, I'll need a digital servo won't I ? And can I use the receiver box that it in the Kraton now. I'm just getting back into the r/c field again and these 2.4 systems are all new to me!! I remember having to swap crystals for different channels!! Does this show how long I've been away?!