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Wanted a WFLY WFT08 or WFLY WFT 09 75 Mhz radio

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  • Wanted a WFLY WFT08 or WFLY WFT 09 75 Mhz radio

    Need a WFLY WFT08 or WFLY WFT09 75 Mhz radio

    Thanks

  • #2
    Your 2 months to late, I sold my last brand new WFLY WFT08 and WFLY WFT09 75Mhz systems back in July. I sold a few batches of them that I imported in from all over the world. But there really hard to find new and the costs to get them was out of this world. But they all sold.

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    • #3
      In China, we have our own second-hand trading app called "闲鱼", on which many people sell their used WFLY 8/8X, WFLY 9/9S, but FM receivers or RF modules are rare. It's not hard to buy a remote control transmitter, but it's a little difficult to buy a rare 75mhz receiver or RF module. I asked Taobao model store in China for you, they have a certain number of 72mhz 8-channel crystal free, automatic frequency search receivers in stock, but they don't make 75mhz receivers anymore. If you want to buy remote control transmitter, such as Japanese FUTABA, JR and so on, I can provide an auction site, here is the link: www.fromjapan.com
      Of course, the search in Japanese will be more accurate, you can search the keywords: FUTABA/JR/SANWA transmitter; FUTABA/JR/SANWA PCM
      Japan Mercari website allows you to buy these things directly, just in small quantities.

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      Last edited by Sam Victory; 09-15-2021, 06:56 AM.

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      • #4
        Are you interested in a Synthesized Frankenstein transmitter. Then you could use almost any ppm receiver.

        Thinking about order some more parts to build some.
        the base transmitter is on sale.
        https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-...2a-system.html

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