HPI TF-10 Transmitter 3 Chl 27Mhz FM (no Crystal)

HPI TF-10 Transmitter 3 Chl 27Mhz FM (no Crystal)

Brand: HPI

Part Number: HPI-80553

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A top-quality radio transmitter, the 3-channel pistol-grip style TF-10 features FM transmission and the 27mHz band for a low chance of interference.

Use with #80558 FM 27mHz receiver and FM 27mHz crystals for correct operation.

8 AA batteries not supplied.

Also available are sets of crystals:
#80651 CRYSTAL SET (BROWN BAND 1/FM 26.995MHz)
#80652 CRYSTAL SET (RED BAND 2/FM 27.045MHz)
#80653 CRYSTAL SET (ORANGE BAND 3/FM 27.095MHz)
#80654 CRYSTAL SET (YELLOW BAND 4/FM 27.145MHz)
#80655 CRYSTAL SET (GREEN BAND 5/FM 27.195MHz)
#80656 CRYSTAL SET (BLUE BAND 6/FM 27.255MHz)

FM radio sets can be installed in any RC car or truck for reduced interference compared to AM radio sets, however you will need to purchase an FM transmitter, FM receiver and at least one set of FM crystals.
  • Brand: HPI
  • Part No: HPI-80553
  • Receivers Included: 0
  • Frequency: 27Mhz
  • Channels: 3 Channel
  • Fitment: Option Part
  • Fitment: Standard Part
  • Format: Steerwheel

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got a few of them, with no Aerials,what ones fit thanks.as thay are fatter.
Asked by Darren on 12th June 2017

Item 80566 is the antenna for these

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hello I have an ACME Raptor Brushless truggy (A2012T-V3) and was looking to buy a new controller to extend the range of the standard controller that came with it I think it's a 27MHz controller/receiver Would a new controller achieve a longer range? if so, could you recommend one please? Thanks Rich
Asked by Rich on 19th July 2018

If it's an older 27mhz radio then yes, upgrading to a 2.4Ghz radio system should improve your range. Something like ET1060 would be an ideal upgrade.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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