|08-24-2003, 08:15 AM||#1|
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does the hitec eclipse radio still have the pulse shift selection feature so any brand of reciever can be used also anyfeed back on the spectra module
|08-24-2003, 08:30 AM||#2|
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I am: Gary M.
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Robert, the Hitec Eclipse does have the pulse shift. Also I have been using the Spectra for the last two years and mine works flawlessly! You have to always remember that when you change frequencies don't forget to change model memories as well, not that I have ever done that, ...yeah right! lol.
The only other problem that I have found is that over time with constantly taking out the module to change the frequency, the little plastic tabs that hold the module in can become weak and can break off. To fix this I used velcro tabs to hold it in place with no further problem!
However when you go to funflys and rallys, it can be confusing to the impound people when you register with three or four airplanes and only hand in one Tx. but they usually figure it out very quickly!
For the money, this is an excellent radio system! Hope this is some help!
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