Futaba 3GR-FS 2.4GHz FASST 2 Stick Surface Radio System w/R603FF Receiver

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This is the Futaba 3GR-FS 2.4GHz FASST two stick surface radio system with R603FF receiver. The Futaba 3GR-FS offers virtually every feature of the 3PM 2.4GHz system — in the stick radio layout preferred by many modelers. Like the 3PM 2.4GHz, the 3GR-FS is dedicated to 2.4GHz, so there’s no module to worry about. For airplane pilots wanting to race cars, trucks and boats, the 3GR-FS provides familiarity — along with the speed and precision of Futaba’s acclaimed FASST technology!

3GR-FS 2.4GHz Programming Features:
  • Throttle stick adjustment (70/30 for nitro; 50/50 for electric)
  • Steering/Throttle trim, trim rate, dual rate & exponential
  • Steering/Throttle/3rd channel reverse, EPA & sub trim
  • Steering speed
  • Throttle ATL
  • Mechanical ATL
  • ABS braking
  • Brake mixing for large cars
  • Throttle acceleration
  • One programmable mix
  • Condition change mixing
  • Up/down timer
  • 10 model memory
  • 100-lap memory
  • Fail safe

Because the 3GR-FS was engineered from beginning for 2.4GHz modulation, there’s no module to worry about. The antenna is shorter and lighter, folds down for easy storage, and pivots for optimum reception. Plus, it’s compatible with the optional R603FS receiver to allow for Dual Antenna Diversity.

This product was added to our catalog on April 8, 2008.

fred ferrando
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jul 10 2011 (about 6 years ago)
Futaba 3GR-FS 2.4GHz FASST 2 Stick Surface Radio System w/R603FF Receiver
Returning to sticks after 10 years with the wheel-radios, the 3GR is perfect for me.
The sticks are smooth, the software features are all about I could dream of.
The receiver E603FS is small and reliable.
To make it even nicer, Futaba should use a more advanced LCD, so that the handling / reading would be easier.
Some people would find the transmitter heavy because the radio is powered by 8 cells instead of the 4 that we find on most recent radios.)