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Old 2017.10.18, 01:33 PM   #1
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Can someone measure their KT-18 Transmitter for me?

Considering picking up a KT-18 as a second basher transmitter. Want to make sure it fits my small pit box. My EX-1 doesn't.

I need the depth/thickness measurement preferably in millimetres. So basically from the front of the steering wheel to the back of the transmitter.

Checked Kyosho USA and Japan's website, they only list the height and width.

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Old 2017.10.18, 05:32 PM   #2
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back to outside steering wheel is 77mm.
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Old 2017.10.18, 06:33 PM   #3
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Thank you cowboysir!
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Old 2017.10.19, 02:17 PM   #4
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back to outside steering wheel is 77mm.
Box is actually more tight than I thought. Did you measure with calipers or eyeball it with a ruler?
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Old 2017.10.19, 05:10 PM   #5
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Just remove the steering wheel and put it in the box. That will save you a lot of space.
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Old 2017.10.20, 03:11 AM   #6
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Just remove the steering wheel and put it in the box. That will save you a lot of space.
Have considered that, but decided against it. The point of my little pit box idea is so I can just pull it out wherever and play with it whenever I want .

Don't want to be messing around with a screwdriver if I just want to whip it out for five minutes .

I miss the simplicity of just bashing around my RCs as I did when I was a kid. The KT-18 isn't the greatest TX but it has steering and throttle endpoints, all I need really for some good bashing .
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