This is the Futaba 2PL 2.4GHz Computer Radio system with the R603GF 3-Channel Receiver and No Servos. Ideal for cars, boats, yachts and other models.
Part Number: FUTK1200
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Thank you for purchasing a Futaba 2PL. Before using your 2PL, read this manual carefully and use your R/C set safely. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place. Application, Export, and Modification
1. This product may be used for models only. It is not intended for use in any application other than the control of models for hobby and recreational purposes. The product is subject to regulations of the Ministry of Radio/Telecommunications and is restricted under Japanese law to such purposes. 2. Exportation precautions: (a) When this product is exported from the country of manufacture, its use is to be approved by the laws governing the country of destination which govern devices that emit radio frequencies. If this product is then re-exported to other countries, it may be subject to restrictions on such export. Prior approval of the appropriate goverment authorities may be required. If you have purchased this product from an exporter outside your country, and not the authorized Futaba distributor in your country, please contact the seller immediately to determine if such export regulations have been met. (b) Use of this product with other than models may be restricted by Export and Trade Control Regulations, and an application for export approval must be submitted. In the US, use of 72MHz (aircraft only), 75MHz (ground models only) and 27MHz (both) frequency bands are strictly regulated by the FCC. This equipment must not be utilized to operate equipment other than radio controlled models. Similarly, other frequencies (except 50MHz, for HAM operators) must not be used to operate models. 3. Modification, adjustment, and replacement of parts: Futaba is not responsible for unauthorized modification, adjustment, and replacement of parts on this product. Any such changes may void the warranty.
Compliance Information Statement (for U.S.A.)
This device, trade name Futaba Corporation of America, model number R142JE complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. The responsible party of this device compliance is; Futaba Corporation of America 2865 Wall Triana Highway, Huntsville, Alabama 35824, U.S.A. TEL (256) 461 - 7348
Battery Recycling (for U.S.A.)
The RBRCTM SEAL on the (easily removable) nickel-cadmium battery contained in Futaba products indicates that Futaba Corporation of America is voluntarily participating in an industry program to collect and recycle these batteries at the end of their useful lives, when taken out of service within the United States. The RBRCTM program provides a convenient alternative to placing used nickel-cadmium batteries into the trash or municipal waste system, which is illegal in some areas. You may contact your local recycling center for information on where to return the spent battery. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on Ni-Cd battery recycling in your area. Futaba Corporation of America's involvement in this program is part of its commitment to protecting our environment and conserving natural resources. NOTE: Our instruction manuals encourage our customers to return spent batteries to a local recycling center in order to keep a healthy environment.
RBRCTM is a trademark of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to cause cancer and birth defects (or other reproductive harm).
No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without prior permission. The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. This manual has been carefully written. Please write to Futaba if you feel that any corrections or clarifications should be made. Futaba is not responsible for the use of this product.
Table of Contens
Safety Precautions... 2
Definition of Symbols... 2 Running Preparations Safety Precautions... 2 Running Safety Precautions.... 3 Storage and Disposal Safety Precautions... 4 Other Safety Precautions.... 5
Before Operation.. 6
System Contents.... 6 Nomenclature / Handling.... 7
Assembly / Adjustment.. 9
Receiver and Servo Connection... 9 Assembly Precautions.... 9 Transmitter Set-Up Procedures... 11
Description of 2PL Functions.. 12
Steering Trim (TRM-CH1).... 12 Throttle Trim (TRM-CH2).... 12 Steering Dual Rates (D/R-CH1).... 13 Model Selection/Model Reset (MDL)... 13 Steering Servo Reversing (REV-CH1)... 13 Throttle Servo Reversing (REV-CH2)... 13 Steering End Point Adjustment (EPA-CH1)... 14 Throttle End Point Adjustment (EPA-CH2)... 14 ABS function (ABS-CH2).... 14 Model Name (NAME).... 14 MC230CR/MC330CR.... 15
Flow Chart of 2PL Functions... 16
*Each function is easily selected with the SELECT key and set with the digital trim DT1/DT2.
Ratings..... 18 Troubleshooting.... 19
For your safety as well as that of others, please read this manual thoroughly prior to installation and operation of your digital proportional R/C system.
Definition of Symbols
The following defines the symbols used in this manual.
Explanation of Symbols
Danger Warning Caution
Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition and cause death or serious injury to the user if not carried out properly. Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition or cause death or serious injury to the user if not carried out properly, or procedures where the probability of superficial injury or physical damage is high. Procedures where the possibility of serious injury to the user is small, but there is a danger of injury, or physical damage, if not carried out properly.
Explanation of Graphic Symbols
Indicates an operation that prompts a warning (including Caution). Indicates an operation that must not be performed. Indicates an operation that always must be performed.
Running (Sailing) Preparations Safety Precautions
(When using a Ni-cad battery to power your system)
When using a Ni-cad battery to power your system, always charge and check the battery voltage prior to operation. Should the battery discharge below the minimum voltage level, control will be lost.
When the charger is not in use, disconnect it from the outlet. This will prevent accidents, overheating and short circuits.
Running (Sailing) Safety Precautions
Prior to operation always perform a range test. Even one abnormality in the R/C system may cause loss of control. [Range Test Procedure] Have a friend hold the model, or place on a stand where the wheels or prop can not come in contact with any object. Collapse the transmitter antenna and operate from a distance of about 100 feet. Be sure to check the movement of each servo to make sure it follows the movement of the steering wheel and throttle trigger. If the servos do not follow the commands from the transmitter or any type of interference is detected, Do Not operate the model. Fully extend the transmitter antenna. If the transmitter antenna is not fully extended, range will be reduced and control may be lost.
Do not operate two or more models on the same frequency at the same time. Operation of two or more models on the same frequency at the same time will cause interference and loss of control of both models. AM, FM and PCM are different methods of modulation. Nonetheless the same frequency can not be used at the same point in time, regardless of the signal format.
Do not operate outdoors on rainy days
Never operate in the rain or run through puddles. The transmitter, receiver, batteries and most servos, and speed controls are not waterproof. Contact with any type of moisture or immersion in water or snow will cause damage along with possible loss of control. Should any type of moisture enter any component of the system, immediately stop using the R/C system and return it to our service center for inspection.
Do not operate when visibility is limited. Should you lose sight of the model, a collision or other dangerous situation may occur.
Do not operate near people or roads. Do not operate near high tension power lines or communication broadcasting antennas. Prior to the operation of any model be sure the area you plan to use is safe. Be aware of all objects that may be in the path of your model. Do not operate the model where people or any type of moveable object could stray in the path of your model. Control loss due to interference, component failure, loss of sight or low battery voltage could result in serious injury to yourself and others as well as damage to your model.
Do not operate your R/C system within 1 mile of another site where radio control activity may occur. Interference from other R/C systems will cause loss of control.
Do not operate when you are tired, not feeling well or under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Your judgment is impaired and could result in a dangerous situation that may cause serious injury to yourself and others. Before you turn on the power switch on the transmitter, always check to see that the trigger is at the neutral position. Always turn the transmitter on first, then the receiver. When you turn the system off, always turn the receiver off first and then the transmitter. This step is very important. Always follow this procedure. If this procedure is not followed, injury to yourself and others as well as loss of control could occur.
Make all adjustments to the radio control system with engine not running, or the electric motor disconnected. If the engine is running or the motor is connected while adjustments are made, the model may run out of control. Remove the main battery source from electric powered models when they are not being used. Should you accidentally leave the receiver switch on, the model could run out of control.
Do not touch
Do not touch the engine, motor, speed control or any part of the model that will generate heat while running. Touching hot parts will result in serious burns.
Storage and Disposal Safety Precautions
At the end of a day's operation, store the system with Ni-cad battery discharged. Be sure to recharge the system before it is used again. You should fully discharge your system's batteries periodically to prevent a condition called "memory". For example, if you only make two runs in a day or you regularly use a small amount of battery's capacity, the memory effect can reduce the actual capacity even if the battery is charged for the recommended amount of time.
Do not throw a Ni-cad battery into a fire. Do not disassemble or attempt to repair a Nicad battery pack. Overheating, damage and acid leakage may lead to burns, loss of eye sight as well as numerous other types of injuries. The electrolyte in Ni-cad batteries is a strong alkali. Should you get even the smallest amount of the electrolyte in your eyes, Do Not rub, wash immediately with water, and seek medical attention at once. The electrolyte can cause blindness. If electrolyte comes in contact with your skin or clothes, wash with water immediately.
Do not store your R/C system where it will be exposed to the following conditions. Extreme heat or coldness Exposed to direct sunlight Where humidity is high Where vibration is prevalent Where dust is prevalent Where there is steam and condensation Where the system would be exposed to engine exhaust Storing your R/C system under adverse conditions could cause deformation and numerous other problems with operation.
When disposing Ni-cad batteries, cover any exposed contacts with some type of insulation to prevent short circuit. Improper disposal could cause fire.
Other Safety Precautions Caution
When operating two or more models at the same time, have a third person act as a spotter. They will be in charge of safety and you should follow their instructions. Beginners should receive instructions regarding safety and operation from an experienced modeler.
Use genuine Futaba parts only.
Always use only genuine Futaba receivers, servos, and electronic speed controls, along with other optional parts and components. Futaba will not be held responsible for damages caused by other than genuine Futaba parts and components. Use only genuine Futaba parts and components listed in the instruction manual and catalog.
Do not short circuit the Ni-cad battery terminals. Short circuiting the terminals will lead to sparks and overheating and could cause a fire and burns as well.
After opening the container, check the contents for the following items. The contents will vary with the system purchased.
System with 2 Servos Transmitter Receiver Servo E.S.C. Switch Battery Holder Miscellaneous System with 1 Servo System with E.S.C. and Servo
T2PL (x1) R142JE (x1) S3003 (x2) S3003 (x1)
MC230CR (x1) or MC330CR (x1)
SSW-GS (x1) R2-BSS-B (x1)
Servo mounting hardware and servo horns Mini Screwdriver
Should any item be missing or you are uncertain of the contents of the system, please contact the dealer where the unit was purchased.
Servo Horn Mounting Flange
"1" : Steering Servo "2" : Throttle Servo
Power Supply Connector (B) Crystal
Nomenclature / Handling
Throttle Trim Lever (DT2)
Steering Trim Lever (DT1)
Adjusts the steering in small increments so the model will run straight.
Adjusts the throttle in small increments so the model will not move at neutral.
Select Button (SELECT) Power Switch
When slid upward, the power is turned on. Press the Select button to select the desired function screen.
Steering Wheel LCD screen
Power switch turned on: Beep confirmation sound is generated and the model name is displayed for about two seconds and then the initial screen appears. Turn model to left or right.
Control the speed of the model and movement forward and backward.
(Initial screen) Model memory number display Battery voltage display
Steering Dual Rate Lever (D/R) Grip Handle
Adjust the vihicle's steering sensitivity across the entire range.
Digital trim DT1, DT2, and D/R operation
Push the lever to the left or right (up or down). The current position is displayed on the LCD screen for about two seconds. Each step is indicated by a tone. When the trim exceeds the maximum trim adjustment range, the beep tone will change and the servo will not move any further. Remember, the trims are digital so the position of each trim is remembered for each model separately.
Applicable motors (Number of turns is criteria.)
E.S.C. MC230CR / MC330CR
Use the MC230CR with a motor with 20T or more turns. Use the MC330CR with a motor with 13T or more turns.
*If a motor with a number of turns smaller than the above is used, the heat protector and overcurrent protection circuit may operate. The number of turns of the motor is a criteria only. Depending on the running conditions, the protection circuit may operate even if the condition above is satisfied. (Orange) (Blue)
Checker LED Pushbutton switch
Connects to the motor. (Orange) is positive. (Blue) is negative. If the motor rotates in the wrong direction, interchange the connections of this connector.
Nicd battery connector
Connects to the running Nicd battery. (Red) is positive. (Black) is negative.
Nicd battery 6~7 cells (7.2~8.4V)
Connects to the receiver throttle channel.
Miniature screwdriver Power switch
Accessory. Use to press the pushbutton switch.
Handling Procedure for Batteries (8 AA Size Batteries)
(Battery Replacement Method)
Always be sure you reinsert the batteries in the correct polarity order. If the batteries are loaded incorrectly , the transmitter may be damaged. When the transmitter will not be used for any short or long period of time, always remove the batteries. If the batteries do happen to leak , clean the battery case and contacts thoroughly. Make sure the contacts are free of corrosion.
1 Remove the battery cover from the
transmitter by sliding it in the direction of the arrow in the figure.
2 Remove the used batteries. 3 Load the new AA size batteries. Pay
very close attention to the polarity markings and reinsert accordingly.
4 Slide the battery cover back onto the
Turn the power switch on the transmitter to the ON position. Check the battery voltage display on the LCD screen. If the voltage is low, check the batteries for insufficient contact in the case or incorrect battery polarity.
Low Battery Alarm:
If the transmitter battery voltage drops below 8.5V an alarm will sound and "LOW" will be displayed on the LCD screen.
The low battery alarm is meant to be a safety feature only. Do NOT operate your radio below 9V. Always shut your radio off as soon as possible after the low battery warning tone to avoid loss of control.
Assembly / Adjustment
Receiver and Servo Connection
As you connect the receiver, servos and other components, do so in accordance with the "Assembly Precautions".
Connections when a E.S.C. MC230CR or MC330CR are used.
Connects to Motor Connects to Battery
Gas Powered Model
To Receiver Battery
Receiver Throttle Servo
Check the receiver, servos, and battery connectors, to be sure they are firmly connected. If a connector is not fully inserted, vibration may cause the connector to work loose while the model is operating. This will result in loss of control.
Operate each servo horn over its full stroke and check to see that the linkage does not bind or is not too loose. Excessive force applied to the servo horn by binding or poor installation may lead to servo problems and result in loss of control.
The receiver antenna may seem long. Do not cut or alter from the original length. If the receiver antenna length is altered, the receiver will be adversely effected. The receiver will become considerably more susceptible to interference and high frequency noise which will result in loss of range and control.
(Electric Cars and Boats) Isolate the receiver from vibration by attaching to the chassis or mounting plate with thick double sided tape. (Gas Powered Cars and Boats) Isolate the receiver from vibration by wrapping it in foam rubber or similar type cushioning material. Protect the unit from water damage by placing it in a plastic bag or waterproof radio box. The receiver contains precision electronic parts. These parts are vulnerable to vibration and shock. Any contact with moisture (water or condensation) may cause receiver malfunction and loss of control.
Keep all devises that omit high frequency noise, such as motors, batteries, and wiring that handles heavy current loads, at least 1/2 inch away from the receiver and the receiver antenna. High frequency noise will cause a decrease in operating range and could cause loss of control.
Use only genuine Futaba crystal sets as specified in this instruction manual. The use of other than Futaba crystal sets will result in decrease of range as well as loss of control. There are separate crystals for the Transmitter and Receiver. There are also crystal sets for AM, FM and Dual Conversion FM. Use only single conversion AM crystal sets with this system. Changing crystals in 72-75 MHz transmitter is illegal. However, 27 MHz is allowable. (For U.S.A.) Install electronic speed control heat sinks as well as other components that conduct electricity so they can not come in contact with aluminum, carbon fiber or other materials that conduct electricity. If, for example, the speed control came loose while the model was running and touched an aluminum chassis, a short circuit may occur that would cause irreparable damage to the system as well as loss of control.
Noise suppression capacitors should be installed on almost all motors. If the proper capacitors are not installed, high frequency noise will reduce range and cause loss of control along with various other problems.
Inspect all linkage installations and any point where metal could come in contact with other metal parts. Make sure these parts do not touch other metal parts under vibration. Should a linkage or other metal parts come in contact with other metal parts under vibration, the high frequency noise generated by this contact will cause interference and possible loss of control.
Do Not disassemble any part of this system that is not specified in the instruction manual. Futaba will not be responsible for any damage due to improper disassembly of any part of the radio control system.
Transmitter Set-Up Procedures
*When making these settings adjustments, do so with the motor disconnected or the engine not running.
Model number 1-0 Model name (Selection key)
Push the DT2 lever up or down for about one second. All data stored in the current selected model memory is erased.
Servo Horn Installation Instructions.
1 Connect the receiver, servos, and other components and
then turn on the power switches to transmitter and receiver.
*Both servos will move to the neutral position.
2 At this time install the servo horn in the manner described in
the instruction manual provided with the model this system will be used in.
Steering Servo Reverse
NOR: Normal REV: Reverse (Selection key)
Should the servo operate in the opposite direction required for your application, reverse the direction with the servo reversing.
Throttle Servo Reverse
NEUTRAL, HIGH, AND BRAKE MAX POINTS SETTINGS
Set the steering angle adjustment function (ATV) to 100% and the ABS function and acceleration function to OFF using the transmitter throttle channel function.
If the steering angle is too large or the ABS and acceleration functions are on, erroneous operation may occur. *When using the ABS function, after setting up the MC230CR / MC330CR, stop the reverse function, then turn on the ABS function. If the ABS function is on, the MC230CR / MC330CR cannot be set up correctly.
Before setting each point, set the transmitter throttle channel trim to neutral.
Turn on the power in transmitter -> amp order.
Transmitter throttle operation
(Pushbutton switch operation) (Checker LED)
Neutral point setting
Continuous single blink Neutral state Press the pushbutton switch. (0.5 secs or longer) (Confirmation beep sounds)
High point setting
Full High N Continuous double blink Full high state Press the pushbutton switch. (Confirmation beep sounds) If the LED does not go off but blinks rapidly, setting was not performed normally. Repeat setting from "Neutral point setting".
Brake MAX point setting
N Full brake state Full brake Press the pushbutton switch. (Confirmation beep sounds.) If the LED goes out, setting is complete.
* Since the data is read at the end of setting of all points, the points cannot be set independently. * If the amp power was turned off during setting, the setting points cannot be memorized. (The previous settings are retained.) * The confirmation beep sounds only when the motor was connected.
Continuous rapid blink
Reversing The Servo Operation Direction
Description of 2PL Functions
Steering Trim (TRM-CH1)
Steering neutral adjustments can be made by moving the Steering trim knob to the left or right. Racers Tip When you install a servo, always check to be sure the servo is at its neutral position. Adjust the servo horn hole position and linkage so both are parallel. When a servo saver is used, place it as close to center position as possible. Be sure the steering trim on the transmitter is at the neutral position. Trim Operation And Maximum Travel Changing the trim can affect the overall settings. When adjustments are made with the trims, recheck your installation for maximum travel. (Steering EPA right side and left side). When Trim usage is extreme If it takes most of your trim movement to get a servo to the neutral position, reposition the servo horn or servo saver on the servo and inspect your linkage installation.
L25 - 0 - R25
Servo Saver Direct Servo Saver Horn
Throttle Trim (TRM-CH2)
Throttle neutral adjustments can be made moving the throttle trim to the left or right. Racers Tip When using an electronic speed control, set the throttle trim to neutral and make adjustments to the speed control. On a gas powered model, set the trim to neutral and adjust the linkage to the point where the carburetor is fully closed in accordance with the engine instruction manual. Trim Operation and Travel Trim adjustments will affect the overall servo travel. Check the brake side (backward) movement when changes are made. When trim movement is extreme If you use most of the trim movement to get the servo to the neutral position , recenter the servo horn closer to the neutral position and inspect your throttle linkage.
B25 - 0 - F25
Carburetor Fully Closed
Steering Dual Rates (D/R-CH1)
Use this function to adjust the steering travel of your model. If the model understeers (push) while cornering, add steering by pressing the upper side of the D/R button. When the model oversteers (loose), take away steering by pressing the lower side of the D/R button.
30 - 100%
Model Selection/Model Reset (MDL)
The model selection selects the desired model memory from the 10 model memories stored within the transmitter and the model reset erases all data stored in a specific model memory.
Steering Servo Reversing (REV-CH1)
This function reverses the rotation direction of the Steering servo. When the trim position deviates from the center, the deviation will be on the opposite side when the servo is reversed.
Throttle Servo Reversing (REV-CH2)
This function reverses the rotation direction of the throttle servo. When the trim position deviates from the center, the deviation will be on the opposite side when the servo is reversed.
Steering End Point Adjustment (EPA-CH1)
Use this function to limit the servo movement to the left or right. The servo travel to each side can be independently adjusted. This feature will compensate for any difference in right or left turning angles or radius due to the characteristics of your model.
Range: 0 - 120% (Left side) (Right side)
Adjust the travel of the servo while operating the steering wheel each way.
Be sure that the steering linkage does not bind or come in contact with any suspension parts or arms. If unreasonable force is applied to the servo, the servo may be damaged and result in loss of control.
Throttle End Point Adjustment (EPA-CH2)
This function is used to adjust the forward and brake side servo travel. Each direction can be adjusted independent of each other. Use this feature to set the throttle servo travel.
Range: 0 - 120%
Adjust the travel of the servo while operating the throttle trigger each way.
Be sure that your throttle linkage does not apply excessive force to the servo. If your linkage installation causes an unreasonable amount of force to be applied to the servo, the servo may be damaged and result in loss of control.
ABS function (ABS-CH2)
This function simulates a full size ABS function ABS Cycle Speed car's antilock braking by pulsing OFF: Inhibited FST: Active (fast) the brake on and off rapidly. MID: Active (middle) (Selection key) Model stops as rapidly as possible SLW: Active (slow) without skidding. The cycle speed can be selected from FST/MID/SLW.
Model Name (NAME)
This function provides a 3-character name for each of the model memories in the transmitter to easily select the correct setup for the model currently in use. Clearly label each model for easy selection.
MC230CR / MC330CR
CANCELLING THE REVERSE FUNCTION
(Pushbutton switch operation) (Power switch)
The amp reverse function can be cancelled by the following method so that the model can be used even in races that prohibit reverse running. (Brake operation only)
Reverse function cancellation
While pressing the pushbutton switch, ON set the power switch to ON.
* When desired, you can enable the cancelled reverse function by repeating the operation shown at the left. (The reverse function is switched alternately.)
BRAKE/REVERSE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS PROTECTION CIRCUIT OPERATION
Overcurrent protection Heat protector Low voltage operation
Operation can be switched to reverse operation by returning the throttle trigger (or throttle stick) from the brake position to the neutral position. The following protection circuits are built into the MC230CR / MC330CR. When a protection circuit operates, remove the cause before operating the model again.
When an overcurrent flows due to an output short circuit, etc., the overcurrent protection circuit automatically limits the current to protect the FET. Remove the cause of the short circuit, etc. before operating the model again. When abnormal heating of the FET due to an overload, etc. is detected, the heat protector operates so that the speed is gradually reduced. When the FET temperature drops, the heat protector automatically resets. However, remove the cause of the overheating before operating the model again. When the Nicd battery voltage drops, this function limits the motor output current and ensures steering operation. After the speed drops, immediately recover the vehicle.
CHECKER LED DISPLAY
The amp operates linearly in proportion to the amount of forward, reverse, and brake operation. The amp operating state can be checked with the checker LED as shown below.
Frequencies (for U.S.A.) The following frequencies and channel numbers may be used for surface use in the United States: 75 MHz Band: (car/boat only) 18.104.22.1680 22.214.171.1240 126.96.36.1990 188.8.131.520 184.108.40.2060 220.127.116.110 18.104.22.1680 22.214.171.1240 126.96.36.1990 188.8.131.52
If your digital proportional R/C set does not operate, its range is short, it intermittently stops operating, or it operates erroneously, take the action shown in the table below. If this does not correct the trouble, please contact a Futaba dealer. Check point
Dead battery. Incorrect loading. Faulty contact connection. Dirty contacts.
Replace the battery. / Charge the Nicd battery. Reload the batteries in the correct polarity. If the contact spring is deformed, correct it. Wipe with a dry cloth. Screw in. Extend fully.
Loose. Not extended to full length. Disconnected. Wrong band. Different from specification. Incorrect wiring. Disconnection.
Push in. Match transmitter/receiver band. Replace with specified crystal. Reinsert. Push in.
Close to other wiring. Not cut? Not bundled?
Separate from other wiring. Request repair. Install in accordance with instruction manual.
Binding or looseness
Adjust at the model side.
Install a noise absorbing capacitor.
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2-Channel Sport 2.4GHz FHSS Computer System
The 2.4GHz advantage for sport drivers and boat modelers!
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*for optional NiCd packs.
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The Futaba 2PL is a Sport 2.4GHz FHSS radio and is compatible only with electronics designed specifically for Futaba Sport 2.4GHz FHSS systems.
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