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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 6 months ago #31961

I have some sanwa and are they common with acoms? :unsure:

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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 6 months ago #31963

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I've got a German rebadge (Schuco Tronic) of An Acoms AP-227 MkII, I can upload an image some time if you'd like...


Cool :y: :)

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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 6 months ago #31969

:blink: The tamtech 201 transmitter is very similar to the futaba attack...

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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 6 months ago #32112

Teaser,
I've got some more pictures coming if you'd like.
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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 6 months ago #32188

Some more pictures of this Schuco Tronic rebadge:

Receiver top is pure Acoms:



Receiver bottom is silver lettering stamped into the plastic. I haven't seen this on the Acoms ones. Notice the Asahi GmbH company name. Asahi Germany in other words. So this is very much Acoms.



Servos are pure Acoms. No trace of Schuco:
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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 6 months ago #32190

The box:







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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 6 months ago #32191

That's very German :) Thanks theSupers, I'll add that to the first post :) :y:

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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 6 months ago #32192

Let me know if you want higher resolution images

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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 4 months ago #33260

Somebody can give me infos about the ap241 please?
It is in dark feld grau. Can it be right with the arc 227 receiver?
Thanks
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Acoms 2-channel stick radio evolution 9 years 4 months ago #33261

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Nice find :y: I haven't seen one of those before.

Numbers on Acoms transmitters & recievers denote number of channels and frequency band - e.g. 427 is 4 channel/27mhz, 227 = 2 channel/27mhz etc, so 241= 2 channel/41mhz.

It's not just a matter of swapping the crystals either ;)

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