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    Post  Tom(ADMIN) Mon May 16, 2011 1:03 pm

    And the good news is: I've managed to get my Robbe F-14 tx working with the Ace rx in the Neptune. Had to swap a couple of wires over on the circuit board in the tx, change the tx crystal from the Robbe one to the Ace one, and away it went.

    I'm well pleased with that, the F-14 is a much larger tx which suits my hands a lot better, plus I have a few more options to play with later...radio switched flashing beacon and floodlights? Operating grab arm, maybe?


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