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Thread: Whats the top dog when it comes to long range control link?

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    Whats the top dog when it comes to long range control link?

    I'm just wondering what everyone here is using in regards to long range systems. i've used dragonlink in the past but IDK if EZuhf is the way to go or there is a better system. Let me know!
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    Tbs crossfire or the upgraded dragon link. Immersion rc has been focusing more on mini quads lately and so Ezuhf hardware hasnt been upgraded in years.

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    Dragonlink

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    I've been using Rangelink for years and it works fantastic. I also know several people who swear by Rlink/MDFLink, though the one time I tried it I got a bad unit that couldn't make it past a mile without failsafing.
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    I have tried Rangelink, OrangeRx 433, Arkbird 433, EzUHF and Dragonlink and Dragonlink is the best LRS system I have tried so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parajared View Post
    I have tried Rangelink, OrangeRx 433, Arkbird 433, EzUHF and Dragonlink and Dragonlink is the best LRS system I have tried so far.
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    I followed the personal best long range efforts and it seemed most of the records used Dragon Link v2 at the time with special attention to their video and control link antennas. I learned alot about getting the best out of my system by watching what they were doing.

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    Maybe I should dust off my old dragon link and take it for a spin hthen and see how she does. I still got my home made moxon antenna on it.
    sum ting wong
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    Sounds like a typical RcLab1 maiden flight to me :D -ssassen

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    Whatever you guys using as a base remote? I used to get those cheap o hobby king remotes.
    sum ting wong
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    BANG DING OW -chatch

    Sounds like a typical RcLab1 maiden flight to me :D -ssassen

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