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Old 09-13-2007, 10:31 PM   #1
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I am just wondering what a NIB M11 is worth?
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Old 09-13-2007, 10:40 PM   #2
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I am just wondering what a NIB M11 is worth?
nothing as far as Im concerned, a pretty worthless third channel for dig and other stuff.......now if you are trying to sell it then ...thats a different story

269.00 BIN on ebay
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I have a chance at getting one for $219, I thought it might be good for my nitro racing and whatnot. But anymore I like driving anything best on my DX-6. Maybe I'll just get more recievers.
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I have a chance at getting one for $219, I thought it might be good for my nitro racing and whatnot. But anymore I like driving anything best on my DX-6. Maybe I'll just get more recievers.
I have both an m8 and m11 sitting here and frankly I have to say they are substandard to JR r-1 or Z-1. fussy on wiring and glitchy, both where just sent back after a referbish and both suck
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I have both an m8 and m11 sitting here and frankly I have to say they are substandard to JR r-1 or Z-1. fussy on wiring and glitchy, both where just sent back after a referbish and both suck
Good to know, I may just pass.
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I've used my M8 for several years racing on road touring car without a single problem. I have several friends using M11's with no issues either. Stick a DSM setup in it and race away Not a great crawler radio IMHO but for racing it fits the bill.
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I've used my M8 for several years racing on road touring car without a single problem. I have several friends using M11's with no issues either. Stick a DSM setup in it and race away Not a great crawler radio IMHO but for racing it fits the bill.

you might be right.
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If your going to be useing it for racing , its a great radio. Look at the mags and see what all the racers are useing on the drivers stand and on the winners podium. M11's and M8's are a lil tricky for me. I use the futaba 3px HRS. Also the nomadio is supposed to be good. ( A little light in the hands for me though)
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200.00 and like has been said,great for racing,I run am M8 and wouldn't trade anything for it but has more than a crawler needs
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i have a M8 with spekrum and i love it. used it in my super with rear steer.
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