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02-04-02 04:45 AM - Post#1199
In response to baass
Both are excellent. You can actually toss a coin and end up with a winner either way.
But, if you have already have invested in JR receivers, the JR gets a hair's edge over the Futaba.
As for the ratchet trim on the throttle being easier, I prefer the throttle cut switch just because after a flight, it's quite easy to forget to return the ratchet back to the idle and have difficulty starting again on the next flight. I used the throttle trim to shut down the engine on my old FF7 and the newer FF8 & 9z using throttle cut is alot easier IMO.