Sanwa News

T-Work’s M17 transmitter skins

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T-Work’s have introduced new skin stickers for the Sanwa/Airtronics M17 transmitter. Designed to protect and customize his transmitter, the skin stickers are available in graphite, light yellow graphite, light blue graphite, white graphite, red graphite, gradient color graphite, metal chrome, red metal chrome, blue metal chrome, green metal chrome and also shiny graphite.

T-Work’s M17 screen protector

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T-Work’s have introduced screen protector for Sanwa and Airtronics M17 transmitter. Made from a multi layer material the protector provides a hard-coat protection against fingerprints and scratches to keep your precious transmitter in perfect condition.

PowerStar RS-472HV S-FHSS compatible receiver

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Powerstar have introduced their new Sanwa FHSS compatible RS-472HV suitable for radios such as MT-4, MTS, MT-4S, MT-44, M12, M12S and M17. The receiver is compatible with 3.5-8.4v range, making it usable with LiHV as well. It offers a small footprint, measuring 35.5×23.3×12.7mm and a short antenna, making installation easy even in tight spots. The full-range 4-channel receiver is upgradable and is available now.

West Coast R/C Works M12 custom steering wheels

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West Coast R/C Works have introduced a new line of custom steering wheels for the Sanwa M12 and M12S. Five individual designs of steering wheels are available and 3D printed from nylon in a multitude of colors. The steering wheels will make it easy to individualize your radio. The steering wheels are a drop in replacement and have been tested in real racing conditions over the last year.

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Sanwa M17: more photos & features

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Mibosport have released new photos and features about the forthcoming Sanwa M17 ultra response radio system. The M17 gives up the massive look of the M12 for the most compact and lightweight of the MT-44. As expected,the M17 features a new transmitter system “FH5”, the color LCD display on the top, a touch pad and a Micro SDHC memory cards slot, detachable throttle unit, full adjustable trigger, steering swing adjust function, a large steering wheel, tilt carrying handle, a strap hook, position adjustement for lefty, quick set up wizard and a screen reader function. The M17 comes also with a LiPo 1 cell battery as standard equipment and the new RX-491 receiver.

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Sanwa M17 2.4GHz ultra response radio system

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Sanwa have unveiled their much awaited high end ultra response radio system, the M17 at the Shizuoka Hobby Show in Japan. The M17 gives up the massive look of the M12 for the most compact and lightweight of the MT-44. As expected,the M17 features a new transmitter system “FH5”, the color LCD display on the top, a touch pad and a Micro SDHC memory cards slot. The M17 comes with a LiPo 1 cell battery as standard equipment and the new RX-491 receiver.

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Sanwa M17 radio teaser

Source: Mibosport 

Mibosport published the ‘teaser’ of the yet-to-be released Sanwa M17 transmitter, billed as the successor to the M12. Expect further details to be released shortly, the M17 to be officially introduced on the May 10.

Sanwa unveils M17’s features

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Sanwa gave some details about the features of the forthcoming M17 ultra response radio system. This high-end radio is 21% lighter than the M12 and features a new transmitter system “FH5”, color display, touch pad, t is compatible with Micro SDHC memory cards and uses a LiPo 1 cell battery as standard equipment. The M17 ultra response radio system it should be available during the summer.