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09-17-2009 07:24 PM  11 years ago
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heliaddiction

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radio trays
where can i find a radio tray for my 9303
Failing to prepare is prepareing to fail.
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09-17-2009 07:49 PM  11 years ago
JRjoe

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Here: http://www.espritmodel.com/index.as...ROD&ProdID=6467
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09-17-2009 08:18 PM  11 years ago
Gyronut

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RCAmodels has a nice one for thumbers and for pinchers as well.Rick
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09-17-2009 10:27 PM  11 years ago
jgunpilot

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I've used this one with great success. It allowed me to convert from thumbs to pinch after 20 years.

http://www.qualityrcproducts.com/pr...mittertray.html

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09-17-2009 10:35 PM  11 years ago
lrogers

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If you go to a tray like the one linked to Quality R/C Products, consider getting the shoulder harness instead of the neck strap. I found it to be much more comfortable. The harness that Quality R/C Products sells is very nice.Larry Rogers - R/C Helicopter Pilot
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09-18-2009 02:10 AM  11 years ago
heliaddiction

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The harness look to me like you will have to wear it does anybody have one with the harness and find it uncomfortable.Failing to prepare is prepareing to fail.
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09-18-2009 03:13 AM  11 years ago
lrogers

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You are correct, you do wear it. I usually put mine on when I get to the field and wear most of the day (without the tray). I don't even notice it while it's on. I found it much more comfortable than having a strap around my neck. Also, it keeps the tray closer into your body when you bend down to stop the rotor at the end of the flight.Larry Rogers - R/C Helicopter Pilot
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09-18-2009 03:52 AM  11 years ago
David Blain

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Heliaddiction,
I gotta throw this question into this post!
(no post Hijacking involved buddy)

How would someone know that has flown only on a Neck Strap that a transmitter tray would improve and or assist their flying?

I have seen trays used at fun flies by some pilots, I have never known anyone that owned one. So is there any way of knowing whether it would assist/hinder my flying???? Or just order and try it???

Any input?
Thanks Heliaddiction for allowing me to interject a question I am sure others have wondered also.
David Blain
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09-18-2009 04:42 AM  11 years ago
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