Model: (Click to see more) 99996: Radio Gear
Status: Project
Date: 15-Jan-2010
Comments: 9
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A little soldering and fettling - and...


Now I have a 27Mhz. Attack SR transmitter that is a little unusual... if not unique !


It just needs a polish with some T-Cut to finish it off...

then some new rechargeable AA NiMH cells.

... ...the case open to show interior of completed 'conversion' - and with eight USED batteries fitted within the cover... to check the battery alarm function

If you liked those pictures, you should see these...
27Mhz. conversion to 75Mhz transmitter - Part 1

Comments

Tizer

15-Jan-2010

I had one last year with 27mhz from standard? Cool conversion though. Corona is selling kits to change normal (27, 40 or 75mhz) transmitters to 2.4ghz

keven64

15-Jan-2010

I have also a 27Mhz Attack-SR in really good condition that is the same as the first picture here... as well as the grey one which I have made 27Mhz...


I still have two - but now I can tell them apart at a glance !


Corona kits are a module as far as I understand ? These transmitters do not use a module.


I simply swapped the electronics from one Tx 'case' to another...

Tizer

15-Jan-2010

Yes they also have modules, but also kits to convert a 27mhz transmitter to 2.4ghz, but it can also still work on 27mhz at the same time

keven64

15-Jan-2010

Hmmm - that sounds interesting. 2-channel 2.4Ghz radio without a module...

lupogtiboy

15-Jan-2010

cool stuff! wish i was brave enough to do this, but i know i'd make a complete hash of it! but now you've got me worried now, as I never realised that 72mhz was illegal in the uk! My duratrax Vendetta runs on 72 mhz! oops!!

keven64

15-Jan-2010

LOOK...!


[Click here]


See also -


[Click here]

lupogtiboy

15-Jan-2010

rite..... better change that then! thanks!

Eddystone

15-Jan-2010

Far too tidy! Now this [Click here] is a truely mad and unique transmitter conversion

keven64

16-Jan-2010

Yes - your conversion IS mad !


I plan to add a 2.4Ghz module to my 'collection' of stuff.


I have two 3EGX transmitters and a 4FG that may work with one - after a little fettling within...


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