Freewing Multi-Function Control Box E (MCB-E)
Multi-Function Control Box E (MCB-E) from Freewing - E1712
Fits the following aircraft:
- Freewing 70mm AL37 Airliner
- Freewing F/A-18C Hornet 90mm
- Freewing F-22 90mm
- Freewing L-39 80mm
- Freewing T-33 80mm
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This was not a purchase but a replacement for items that were defective. Thank You for taking care of that!
I have not installed the MCBB-E yet, but I am looking forward to get to the project. As of now, I am chasing glitches in my new transmitter, which caused me to crash my 1400mm Cessna 182 (my old reliable), so nothing goes in the air until I chase down this range problem.
Bought the F22 Raptor last summer at the end of the season, took our time setting up the plane. Dropped the gear so we could install the parts of the plane. put away for the winter and never had the chance to fly. Spring is here, pulled F22 out and gear does not go up! Called Motion R/C did some troubleshooting and determined the MCB-E was defective. Sorry, you bought the plane last year, no longer under warranty you have to buy a replacement! Really, trying to take our time to be sure everything was perfect and then winter came. I will reconsider buying another plane from Motion, disappointed in customer service with not replacing a defective part out of the box.
Very good and helpfull service.
Used this on a scratch built EDF and its perfect for my needs
Works better than the original
I used this control box to clean up and simplify the wiring “rats nest” in my Carbon Z T28. Now instead of sorting and connecting about 10 connectors, I only connect 2 and I’m ready to fly.
I've got this board as replacement to original one shipped with my F4U. Previous part had minor bug (missing one pin in the connector). This one works good in all functions. Thank Motion RC for replacement.
Motion RC has a new European website
Go there instead?