JR 9503, Spektrum DX4e, AR9000, AR6115, Tactic TR324
Clearing out the excess transmitters and receivers as I sell off some of my planes. All work perfectly and range test as they should. All prices are shipped anywhere USPS delivers, and shipping is via USPS with tracking and paypal, check, money order, and cash all work for payment.
DSMX, like new condition.
1 x JR X9503H
DSMX 9503 - Heli switch setup. Perfect condition. Stock battery and charger. ~6 months of sporadic and very light use (used about 10 times). See video below.
1 x AR6115:
1 x AR9000 w/ satellite
1 x Tactic TR324
FHSS spread spectrum. 3-channel. Primarily for cars, trucks, and boats. Works great, I just have two of them and only need one.
I like to make videos for some of the more expensive things I sell. Makes it easy to show off how nice the 9503 is, and (hopefully) give piece of mind to potential buyers. That said, here's a video of the 9503H.
nice post Josh....Good luck man!
Thanks Tad! :)
is the ar9000 a receiver that is cleared for carbon use?
Well, the short answer is "no", but technically there are no receivers that are built for use inside a carbon fuse. The Spektrum AR6255 and the AR9300/9310 are billed as carbon-friendly receivers, but that's only because they have extended length antennae with the active portion being at the tip. The idea is that the plane builder will drill a couple small holes in the fuse, pass each antenna through those holes, and attach it to the outside of the fuse, where it can then get an unobstructed signal.
More info is here: http://www.spektrumrc.com/ProdInfo/F...0UserGuide.pdf
I am really new to RC.
I am looking for my first tx for small copters and maybe my first plane. (4+)
PM sent on the 9503
DSMX 9503 was sold in an earlier ad, thank you for your interest.
For anyone who's looking, I have a nice DSM2 9503H with case that I'm interested in selling.
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