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Old 10-07-2011, 05:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default RJX Head or the Align FBL Head on the Trex 450 Pro

Is there any advantage using the RJX over the Align head or is the Align Head preferred?
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The geometry is a little better on the rjx head in my opinion. I had the rjx head on my v1 and sold it when I bought the align pro v2. i regret that decision . the align is good but I like the rjx much better.
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Besides the FBL head is there any advantage to gettting the V2 Pro over the V1 Pro?
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As far as I know the only difference is in the frame. There is a plate added to the V2 frame for the flybarless electronics to sit on and the elevator servo is able to be mounted on the outside of the frame as there is a cut out for the bottom servo tab. On the V1 you have to mount it from the inside and is a pain. Other than that I don't think there are any other differences besides the head but i could be mistaken. If any one else knows hopefully they will chime in and make a note of it.
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