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Tx-R™ Transmitter-Ready™ R/C Aircraft... Ready for YOUR transmitter

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Uploaded on Jan 16, 2012

A revolution in radio control is coming, and Transmitter-Ready aircraft are leading it. While they offer the same assembly and finishing ease as ARFs and receiver-ready planes, Transmitter-Ready aircraft differ in two big ways. One is that they include a factory-installed, 2.4GHz SLT™ receiver. The second is that you can fly one Tx-R aircraft — or all twelve — with your favorite transmitter even if it's not 2.4GHz. All it takes is your transmitter and the AnyLink™ Radio Adapter.

AnyLink is a little black box that works magic with most popular transmitter brands — Futaba®, Hitec® JR® and Spektrum® included — and most bands and modulations, too. Adding it takes just seconds, but turns your transmitter into a 2.4GHz powerhouse and gives you a dozen new aircraft to fly.

The current lineup includes eleven popular micros and park flyers from Flyzone™, plus the Great Planes® F-86 Sabre, a new micro that offers true EDF jet performance in a 15" span airplane.

Best of all, you can enjoy the added choices and 2.4GHz dependability without giving up the familiar "feel" of your favorite transmitter — or having to buy a new one.

Those are three good reasons to give Tx-R aircraft a try, and here's another: a limited-time offer for a free AnyLink with the purchase of any Tx-R aircraft. Details are already available on http://www.Tx-Ready.com

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