The common factor is the 2.4GHz ... I guess that's the point behind the advertisements.MIKE VALENTINE said:
Joe39 said:Objectively, regarding the Futaba FAAST 2.4Ghz system versus the Spektrum 2.4Ghz Pro system, is there any real difference?
I have been reading about both systems. They seem equal in my estimation, but hoping someone with experience can provide an objective comparison of the two.
After doing some further investigation, in principal they are operating on the 2.4 GHz level. There are some subtle differences in the way they communicate between the radio and receiver, but I don't know whether we, the racers, could tell a difference or not.RPM said:You are RIGHT Joe there is NO difference only in the NAME on the radio.
I guess companies will do anything to sell product even play on words. :freak:
If you run the Spektrum and then put in the Fasst (same day) you will notice a SLIGHTLY crisper feeling. But after a pack or so that feeling wears off. So no, its not worth switching unless you are having problems with your Spektrum system.67-4-fun said:Can you really tell the difference between the futaba FASST system and a JR Spektrum 3.0 on the track?? Some things I think are really to hard to tell.. For a guy like me that races mainly weekly club races and does not race any big races like the snowbirds, is the FASST system worth the cost??? I know the spek 3.0 does not have all the fine tune bells and whistles as the futaba FASST system. but is it worth the cost for a local racer like me? Just your thought