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72mhz

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    New to FliteTest Forum...and still flying with 72mhz JR Radio!

    Believe it or not, I'm still using my ancient JR radio to fly my planes at the neighborhood soccer field. It's shocking but true. I have a handful of Corona dual-synthesized receivers that work great, so I've never invested in something newer - yet. I even have a few functioning planes that I...
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    Modifying old 72MHz to 2.4GHz with "AnyLink" adapter - or buy modern trans/receiv?

    Modifying old 72MHz to 2.4GHz with "AnyLink" adapter - or buy modern trans/receiv? I have an old Futaba Skysport 4 from years ago, complete with receiver and batteries that I used with gas models. I am ready to build my first electric (mini sportster) and came across a device that...
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    Change metal antenna on Futaba T7CAP 72 Mhz Radio???

    Hello everybody, first of all, I just joined the forum and this place is amazing!!! Lots of information everywhere, specially from this great show! =)! So, here is my question: I need to change/replace the metal antenna of my 72Mhz Futaba transmitter (model T7CAP) since it is pretty bad and...