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Thread: Using different radio for the UL 19 and the Villas 29?

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    Default Using different radio for the UL 19 and the Villas 29?

    I am switching to a radio that will handle multi boats other than the ones that come with the these pro boats. My question is how can I be assured that I'm getting Full Throttle with an aftermarket radio? The radios that come with these boats have a button you have to push and make sure you are in neutral throttle and then pull throttle to full Throttle. The ESC are the Dynamite 125 amp.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    After installing the new receiver and binding it to your new transmitter, you setup the throttle channel for the proper position (Pektrum: normal, Futaba Reverse), zero out the trim setting, and then do a throttle calibration with the ESC installed in the boat. In the case of the Dynamite models, you power on the transmitter first and hold the throttle wide open. While continuing to hold the throttle, you power on the ESC. Wait for it to beep a few times, then release the throttle on the transmitter and the ESC will beep again, then beep several times while it successfully arms.
    Vac-U-Tug Jr (13mph)

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    Thank you for the quick reply I appreciate it!

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