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IMO, it's a ap227 but in 72 mhz. Strange mrc sticker ( except if it's a model racing car sticker ) because the 72 mhz band was for french market. Like the 26 and 41 mhz.
I'd like to start by saying that despite searching google and this site like crazy, I can't seem to find any info on a vintage ACOMS system I just purchased. It's missing the battery box and switch, but hopefully I can get it to work by using the Tamiya 5261 BEC for ACOMS that I also just purchased in hopes it is what I need. To be completely honest, I know nothing about ACOMS other than I wanted to pick up a vintage system made by them. I see lots of info on the AP-227, but this one is an AP-272 (2 channel, 72mHz.) and it comes with two AS-1 servos. There's an MRC sticker on the box as well. Any info would be appreciated!
The plot thickens, because the frequency on the one coming to me is 72.080 and that isn't listed on this aircraft frequency / channel list: