Wanted to Buy-WTB Aerobird Challenger Transmitter Channel 3, tryitoz

I need a 3 channel transmitter for an Aerobird Challenger Electric RC
airplane. Must be Channel 3 to be compatible with my fuselages.
Most hobby places seem to be out of stock from manufacturer.
Thanks, Joe
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Joe Donaldson
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how does the fuselage affect the transmitter type? You can use any transmitter from 3 channels on up, as long as it is compatable with your reciever- ie, airtronics or JR trans with Airtronics, Sanwa, and JR recievers, or Futaba or Hitec with Futaba and Hitec recievers. Just gotta be on the same frequency as the reciever...
Joe D> I need a 3 channel transmitter for an Aerobird Challenger Electric RC
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Roger
You misread. He's looking for a transmitter on Channel 3. The aerobird is one of those RTF kits that comes with everything. Basically he's looking for the stock radio.
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Normen Strobel
Joe,
Contact HobbyZone directly. --
Jim L.
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Jim Lilly
yep. D#$n Dislexia. Channel 3 came thru as 3 channel... Oh, well. Gotta start attending thos DAP* meetings again....
Roger
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Roger
Did contact Hobby Zone directly a month ago. They are still working on trying to get the part. Ch 3 is he tough one. Thanks, Joe
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Joe Donaldson
The T-Hawk 3-channel 27MHZ FM transmitter "may" be compatible? The throttle lever is located on the back.
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aeropal
Thanks. Not sure if it would work since there is a pro mode you can put the plane in by pushing the stick forward and then turning on the transmitter. Appreciate it though. Peter
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Joe Donaldson
"Not sure if it would work since there is a pro mode you can put the plane in by pushing the stick forward and then turning on the transmitter."
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