Brand: Maverick

Part Number: MV28062

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The Maverick MTX-248 is the latest generation of controllers from Maverick, and is standard in the Maverick iON car and truck kits!The MTX-248 is a compact, lightweight pistol style radio with a steering wheel control for realistic driving and a trigger control for intuitive acceleration and braking of your car. For safety, the MTX-248 uses the latest 2.4GHz radio technology to make the radio signal nearly impervious to signal leakage or interference, and for ultimate peace of mind you can set the MRX-248 receiver/ESC to use the failsafe function, useful just in case of a power loss or complete loss of signal. The MTX-248 radio transmitter features:Ergonomic pistol grip design Easy access to dials & switches No external aerial to bend or break Lightweight due to compact size and using only 4 AA batteries Realistic steering wheel Forward-reverse trigger function Steering trim dial Steering dual rate adjustment for ultimate fine-tuning Steering reverse switch Bright power LED light Use with #MV28101 MRX-248 2 in 1 Receiver/ESC

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comment mètre les pile dans la télécommande
Asked by Lenny on 12th April 2017

Range is approx 300m or so.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Does this work with the old Receiver/ESC? Or only with the new receiver/ESC
Asked by Fred on 22nd June 2017

This only works with the newer MRX-248 receiver.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

I have a maverick ion xt, it's receiver is not getting on , when I switch it on the light just blinks once and then goes dead , I have also replaced batteries but it's not working , pls help
Asked by Majid on 15th July 2017

Bit hard for us to say without seeing it.... It could possibly be that it just needs re-binding. Or it may be that the receiver unit is dead.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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