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Electrics: Brushless Digital Servos (1614 Reads)
Posted by admin on Thursday, October 18, 2007 - 05:05 AM


Brushless Digital Servos

Futaba leads the way with brushless technology — for longer servo life and better performance!


BLS351 Brushless Digital High-Torque Servo

In the race for innovations that get big results, Futaba always comes first — whether bringing exceptionally precise Silicon Micro Machining (SMM) technology to gyros or getting maximum speed, reliability and security out of 2.4GHz radio systems. Now Futaba has done it again — by unveiling the first digital servos with the advantages of brushless technology. No one's done it before.....and the payoff is huge!

  • At least FIVE TIMES longer-lasting than brushed servos.
  • 30% faster response times.
  • Greater resistance to jolts and vibration.
  • Smoother operation.
  • Same power consumption as brushed digital servos.
  • Same compact case size as standard servos.
  • Exceptionally durable geartrain.
  • Smooth dual ball bearings and strong Samarium Cobalt magnets.

Source : Futaba


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Electrics: 3VCS 3-Channel 2.4GHz System (1307 Reads)
Posted by admin on Monday, June 11, 2007 - 10:53 AM



3-Channel 2.4GHz System

The 2-stick alternative for superior surface control.

Want to drive cars, trucks or boats, but are apprehensive about switching to a pistol grip radio? Now you don't have to! The 3VCS offers virtually everything the 3PK "wheel" system does, along with the speed, accuracy and convenience of Futaba's acclaimed 2.4GHz FASST technology.

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Electrics: FUTABA 3PM w/2.4GHz FASST SYSTEM (1244 Reads)
Posted by swebb on Saturday, February 10, 2007 - 04:42 AM


IN STOCK: Mid-March (2.4GHz FASST System is available now)
 serious performance boost for the popular 3PM!


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Electrics: 2.4GHz Module & R603FS Receiver (1186 Reads)
Posted by admin on Thursday, December 14, 2006 - 03:11 PM


2.4GHz Module & R603FS Receiver

TWICE as much data, almost NINE TIMES faster, and EIGHT TIMES smoother!

It’s a quantum leap forward in performance for the 3PK! The 2.4GHz FASST module and R603FS receiver enable the 3PK to do more, do it much faster — and much more accurately too. You’ll also enjoy the convenience of not having to wait for a frequency to open up. Compare the 2.4GHz FASST to the competition and you'll agree: more + faster + smoother = BETTER!


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Race Events: Futaba Nitro Challenge Detailed Class Results (1758 Reads)
Posted by admin on Thursday, November 09, 2006 - 07:30 AM


HX Raceway
Bossier City, LA

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Taylor James crowned KING of the "Battle in the Bayou"

The First Annual Futaba Nitro Challenge took place on October 26th - 29th in Bossier City, Louisiana. Team Futaba driver, Taylor James blew away the competition as he won the 1/8th Pro Buggy and 1/8th Pro Truggy classes. Taylor used the new Futaba 2.4 System in his 3PK, the first time that it has been used in a Pro Race since its release last month.


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