Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System w/RX-391W 3-Channel Receiver

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This is the Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System, the perfect solution for the new user. The MX-6 features an upgrade to the new communication system, FH-E. FH-E is a better communication system than the old system FHSS-2. Also, the MX-6 is 290 grams without the battery. It is 40 grams lighter than the old MX-V. The lighter weight gives easier holding for racers.

System Features:

  • Model Naming
  • Anti-Lock (ABS) Braking
  • Exponential
  • End Point Adjustment
  • Servo Reversing
  • Steering Dual Rate
  • Servo Sub-Trim
  • Battery Voltage Monitor
  • 10 Model Memory
  • 4 Cell Dry Cell Batter

This product was added to our catalog on May 3, 2018

Wednesday, Feb 13 2019 (about a year ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System
By far one of thee best transmitters on the market right Now. This controller can control a lot of variables. Everything is super easy to navigate and change around. I highly recommend it.
Verified Owner
Friday, Jul 19 2019 (8 months ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System
It a good trammiter, got it for my daughter she loves it. All Sanwa products are good.
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jun 29 2019 (9 months ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System
I use Sanwa in my racing program but wanted something simpler to take out on crawls and trail rides with my friends. The MX-6 with it's waterproof receivers and easy menu navigation still gives the Sanwa feel when driving, just in a simpler package. It has great steering throw to maximise end points on crawlers with large steering angles.

The only small downside is the receivers are very big. Too big for the electronics box on either my TRX-4 Sport or Axial UMG10. I had to mount the receiver outside the box. Seeing as the receiver is waterproof I'm not too concerned but an inconvenience all the same. I took a star off for this.

Binding new receivers is easy and the model memory with name makes it easy to scroll through to the right vehicle.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Mar 4 2020 (4 weeks ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System
If you compare this radio system to the similarly priced competitors, in my opinion, this was the better option. Getting back into the hobby and always used Futaba in the past but Im not brand loyal at all. Not disappointed. Will upgrade to an M17 and pass this on to the GF for her TRX. Only complaint would be connector openings are extremely tight...like really tight but its $100 I mean cmon. And to Bill Robarge; you sound like you dont have the first clue of what youre doing. Obviously this isnt a five or four star radio but compared to some Spektrum stuff? You sound bitter for not knowing how to properly setup and operate. You know this isnt focused towards “competitive” turn motor racing right?
Wednesday, Mar 4 2020 (4 weeks ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System
Not very happy with the Sanwa MX-6
Has not been a trouble free experience and not the only one experiencing problems with this radio at my local track. Cuts out intermittently. Checked complete car over for servo binding issues. None found. Added caps to speed control and receiver. Running with protek 100ss servo, Hobbywing xr10, Hobbywing 21.5. My $40 flysky has been more reliable than this $110 waste of my hard earned money. If you are looking for a relible radio to be somewhat competitive in entry level racing. This is not it.
Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 2 2020 (4 weeks ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System
Great entry level radio for novice / sportsman racer with adjustability of Epa, throttle, braking for learning
Verified Owner
Friday, Nov 8 2019 (5 months ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System
Had a few minor changes that make this fairly versatile radio system a bargain.

Using this transmitter/receiver on an Axial SCX10 II Crawler Kit that is going to my wife. Due to the size of the receiver case, I will remove the existing Axial receiver box from its skid plate and replace it with a larger Element Enduro receiver box ($9).

Because the plastic handle of the MX-6 is a bit slippery, I am wrapping it with the tape ($4) typically used on tennis racket grips.

Foam on steering wheel is marginal for feel; so, I will also be replacing the foam or the entire wheel ($20).

Took a star off for the above issues I needed to address; but, otherwise a nice upgrade radio system.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Oct 17 2019 (6 months ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics MX-6 FH-E 3-Channel 2.4GHz Radio System
Can't go wrong with airtronics! The best systems around! Much better response that the systems that come with rtrs. Way more responsive. This is my 3rd, and I've never had any issues with them. Ever.