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If it works at close range , but not at a distance, it could be the power for the Transmitter or the receiver.
The sub frequency ranges could be mismatched:
While the XMIT/RCVR freq's used in electric R/C cars are normally preset at the factory to one of six sub-frequencies subordinate to 27MHz or 49MHz, the much faster petrol powered ones normally use the 72 MHz range.
The difference in the 72's is the crystal pairs can be mixed and matched by the operator. Check on this
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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