HPI TF-40 2.4Ghz 2Ch Transmitter

Brand: HPI

Part Number: HPI-105381

£56.42 Web Price RRP £60.99

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Use with HPI RF-40 Receiver

Use the comfortable and feature-packed HPI TF-40 2.4GHz radio system for supreme control and confidence when controlling your car or truck kit! 

The radio transmitter features a pistol-grip design with drop-down steering wheel, 3 channel functionality, easy carry handle, fold-down aerial, end point adjustments, servoreversing and steering dual rate. It\'s also extremely lightweight due to it requiring only four AA batteries.

You won\'t have to worry about radio crystals or what channel other RC racers are using with our 2.4GHz technology - the radio does all that work for you! The radio prevents frequency conflicts automatically and changes channels if there is any interference. Finally, if you ever lose radio signal or battery power, an electronic failsafewill bring it to a safe and controlled stop. You\'ll have professional-level control in one easy RTR package!

Also features a switch for legal use in France.

Use with #105383 RF-40 2.4GHz receiver in RC vehicles with electronic speed controllers with BEC (Battery Eliminator Circuitry), or nitro/petrol kits that use 4 cell (6V) receiver packs.
Use with #104060 RF-30 2.4GHz receiver in RC vehicles that use 5 cell (6V) receiver packs, such as the Baja 5B buggy, 5SC short course truck, 5T desert truck or other large-scale vehicles.

  • Brand: HPI
  • Part No: HPI-105381
  • Fitment: Option Part
  • Fitment: Standard Part

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why is this HPI TF-40 2.4Ghz 2Ch Transmitter ** CLEARANCE are they replacing it
Asked by Robert Dalgetty on 21st April 2018

It's still current, but the later model is the TF-45 HPI-105424

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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