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Hi..um...............my name is Cale..........I like trains and......um.......well...um.....I run mine with Battery Power and this really cool RCS handheld *removes TX24 from shirt pocket and holds  above head like a geek*, ............yeah, and you know since I quit smoking....um, I carry it in my shirt pocket.........um it works really good........thanks * then takes seat on front row*


 


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I love that little RCS transmitter! I have Aristo TE's myself, but wouldn't mind trading with somebody:D
 

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I have both RCS and Aristo trackside [in cars/locos]TEs.  They both have their strengths.


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I will soon start converting my locos over to RCS/ battery power. I'm putting together my "logistics" now. hehe.

I looked at a lot of systems, but RCS seemed to be the way to go. Well priced and lots of features. And I have heard nothing but good things about it.
 

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You might contact our very own Curmudgeon.
 
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Posted By calenelson on 01/09/2008 6:26 AM
this would be a good place to start for a West Coaster/Hawaian, pricing is pretty much standard across the globe.

http://dnkgoods.home.mindspring.com/index.html

or rcs-rc.com

cale

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That's the dude!

Finer folks are hard to come by.
 
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