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Old 19-05-2009
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Default Radio Gear & Tamiya Batteries

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As the title suggests, want radio gear with servo's & tamiya fit batteries, as long as it is all in good working condition. Let us know what you got to offer

& incase you didn't see it in my other posts, also after bigwig sub chassis, tyrrell p34 spare parts & have a yoko yz10 i wanna trade off...!

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what kind of raio you after?
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http://www.oople.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17288

That radio any use to you?

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nothing too special, standard futuba or acoms would do tbh, only need the standard two channels, its for my old school tamiya projects.

i dont race my rc's, more of a cruiser, you know, to pic up the ladies hehe

ah - also - on that note, also looking for a bog standard tamiya motor...
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very much so, come with rx and servo's?

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Think ive got a couple of servos somewhere and i can get a receiver
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ben you can sort him out on servo if he wants my stuff
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I have no less than three 27mhz transmitters gathering dust:

Two Acoms (including a classic old skool one - might hang on to that one) and one shipped by Nitrotek - it has quite long sticks, with sharp bevels on the end, so suits someone with long thumbs and thick skin! It strikes me as a solid unit, though.

Also two receivers, one Acoms (currently filled with green astroturf fluff ) and one no-name.

Need to have a closer look at the servos - I'm sure I have one I could throw in.
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hey hey folks, all done on the rc gear so can someone close this thread

feel free to get intouch re: the bigwig spares, yoko or tyrrell
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