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DX2 2-channel DSM Pistol Transmitter

Item No. SPM2020
Discontinued
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4.7 out of 5 Customer Rating

DX2 2-channel DSM Pistol Transmitter

Item No. SPM2020
This item is no longer available. Updated or related products shown below:
DX2.0 DSM 2CH Pistol w/1-Z270 SX & 1-Z590M SX
DX2.0 DSM 2CH Pistol w/1-Z270 SX & 1-Z590M SX
SPM20200
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Key Features

  • Built-in 2.4GHz DSM technology
  • DX2 2-channel DSM transmitter
  • SR3000 3-channel DSM receiver
  • Z270 Standard Race Servo
  • Z590 Hi-Torque Race Servo

Overview

Unlike ordinary 2-channel radios, Spektrum’s new DX2 will put you on the drivers’ stand with complete security.  That’s because it employs the same breakthrough, no-pins, no-crystals, no-glitches, no-interference DSM 2.4GHz technology that helped propel Frank Calandra Jr. to his 1/12th scale victory at the first annual Las Vegas IIC.  Besides that, the DX2 boasts digital programmable features that’ll help you win, and best of all, it’s yours at a price that won’t break the bank.

Detailed Information


STEERING TRIM-
Who wants a car that doesn't track like it's on rails? With the DX2's digital steering trim, you get it perfect every time. And like all the following features, your setting is memorized every time you turn off your transmitter.

STATIC BRAKE-Some setups and courses requiring lots of steering will benefit from precisely adjusted static brake at neutral to enhance weight shift for more "turn-in." Conversely, if your car's steering is aggressive, a few clicks of "creep" will be your ticket to faster laps.



PANIC BRAKE-
When heading into the corners, do you hook from too much panic brake? Relax. A few clicks with a thumb rocker will give you less brake and more control. Nitro racers, on the other hand, can add more brake to offset fade in those long mains.

STEERING RATE-
Let's say your steering rate's set for the tracks tightest turn, but you begin to lose "bite" as the race progresses. No problem. A few blips of added steering - using a thumb rocker -will put you right back in the groove.