I've been avoiding upgrading the transmitter in my TR-SC10e for some time. Primarily because I like to test the stock items as much as possible then report back to you with how well (or not) they work. I've tested the stock transmitter/receiver enough now and although they function perfectly, I'd like to have more adjustments such as EPA and Exponential so it's time to upgrade. I've decided to go with a FlySky FS-GT3C.
Why I chose the FlySky FS-GT3C over other FlySky transmitters
I've actually been using an FS-GT3C in some of my other vehicles for about a year now and it has been great. The shape of the handle and position of the steering wheel feel really good in my hands and I've always been a fan of foam steering wheels vs plastic. I also like the fact that it has 10 model memory so I don't have to keep track of so many different transmitters. I plan to start replacing all of my stock transmitters with this unit.
What I like about the FS-GT3C
What I don't like about the FS-GT3C
FS-GT3C Review by Chauncey Smith
Here's one of the better reviews I've found online
Like I mentioned, I've been using this transmitter in other vehicles already so I feel very confident it will also work well in my TR-SC10e.
By the way, if you found this helpful, please do me a HUGE favor and support me by purchasing your TR-SC10E parts and hop-ups from me and also by using my Amazon links if you make any purchases at Amazon (servos or otherwise - they'll pay me a small commission)
You can also check out some of my other TR-SC10E project posts here:
Part 1 - New Body
Part 2 - ESC Mount
Part 3 - Front Bumper
Part 4 - Wheel Nuts
Part 5 - Aluminum Rear Hubs and Aluminum Steering Knuckles
Part 6 - Rear End Upgrades
Part 7 - Front End Upgrades
Part 8 - Ball Cups
Part 9 - Battery Tray
Part 10 - Tires
Part 11 - Servo
'till next time