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From: Jeremy Caylor <jeremyandcurt-at-yahoo.com>
Subject: RE: Seperate Recievers? [TANKS]
Date: Tue, 1 Aug 2006 16:46:53 -0700 (PDT)
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

Thanks Chris and Steve : )

I was thinking the same Steve, about the wires... But I want to be able to not worry about losing all functions of the turret just in case the wires unplug, or worse, get snapped. As I like to spin the turret (its fun, hehe), I think the 2 Rx's is the way for me to go. Besides, I already have 3 sets of crystals and 4- 6 channel Rx's just laying around from previous rc stuff. Thanks again!

Steve Tyng <SteveT44-at-comcast.net> wrote:
Jeremy wrote:
I was thinking of having seperate recievers for my Tiger 1, so I didnt have to worry about the servo wires winding and tangeling up. I was wondering how I would do this... Could I simply use the same frequency crystals, and just use the right channels I need per reciever? Such as...
Rx-1) Motor controls, turret rotation
Rx-2 (in turret)) Elevation, trigger
That will work fine.
BTW, twisting the cables is not that much of an issue.  Turret rotation, cw and ccw, tends to be pretty even throughout a battle.
Steve Tyng

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