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its daul Axis, but what does that mean? And how does that work wiht a 4 channel receiver?
Also is there a maneul that tells me which channels go to which stick?
if each joystick controls 2 directions then couldnt i just use 2 remotes and 1 receiver and just only control one stick each?
Information on changing bands from 72 to 75, and others. IF YOUR RADIO IS MODULAR, such as an 8U, 9C, or 9Z, then your system will work fine on ground by simply purchasing the ground module, TJ, on a ground frequency (FUTL18** with the last 2 digits being your desired ground channel) and then use it with a ground receiver. If your radio is NOT MODULAR (uses a simple crystal to set its frequency and not a plug in frequency module in the back of the radio), then, alternatively we offer a flat rate service to change certain 72MHz air radios to ground to provide you, the modeler, more flexibility for your ground vehicle. For a flat fee of plus $7.99 shipping:Complete computer radio systems: $35* Complete non-computer radio systems: $25* Computer transmitter or module only: $20 Non-computer transmitter only: $15 7-9 Receiver only: $20* 2-6 Channel receiver only: $15 *NOTE: If your receiver is an R127DF or an R138DP the cost to convert to 75MHz is the figure shown above PLUS $44.95 to cover the cost of parts changes required in these receivers to make it function on the other band. For example, a 6X radio system sent for conversion would be $35 plus $44.95, or $79.95, to convert to ground. A R138DP alone would cost $64.95. For these 2 receivers, it is likely more logical and cost effective to purchase a new receiver on the proper band and sell the receiver you have or use it for a different purpose.Please be sure to follow our service center instructions when sending your radio for service. Please note if you are purchasing a brand new radio, your dealer can special order this change to be done in advance prior to shipment to you. Please also note that 50MHz, commonly known as "HAM BAND" or "6 meters" is legal for both air and ground use. If you have a HAM users license you can safely and legally utilize 50MHz frequency radios for both aircraft and ground models without requiring any changes. Only 72/75 MHZ MODULAR transmitters (ie. 8U, 9C, 9Z, NOT 4VF, 6X, etc) equipment can be converted to 50MHz and vice versa. Receivers and crystal-based (non-modular) transmitters CANNOT be changed.
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