|Nov 25, 2013, 09:15 AM|
JR Sport SX600 72mhz/2.4ghz using Corona DIY 2.4gHz kit.
Finished putting the Corona 2.4ghz DIY kit in my JR SX600 radio. I used a 9 pin 2-way toggle switch so could completely isolate the 72mhz from the 2.4ghz transmitters and still use one or the other.
Excuse my messy use of hot-glue, its just easier that heat-shrink tubing.
Note:The instructions do not make clear the TX has to be switched ON AS you are holding the binding button on the TX. Only then will the RX light up when pressing the binging button on the RX. (This initial misunderstanding made me think i had two bad RX's)
Lastly one of the best MODs is replacing the NiCad with LiFe batteries.
Here is a video showing the two frequencies in action.
Note:Obviously in real world application one would always turn the TX on before turning on the RX. even then, only have one RX on at a time. HOWEVER for purposes of this demonstration both 2.4ghz and 72mhz receivers were already on.
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