I would also look into the DBS, personally think it's the way to go.
Not sure I would agree that the argtek and the DBS have the very same results when you research it. Are there people that get great distance from both units, yes. Almost all the reviews on the DBS are very positive, getting various amounts of good to great range. But the argtek reviews are all over the place, with some getting good or great range also and some saying their range was either unchanged or even worse than stock. So all I'm saying is that the DBS reviews are more consistently good.In comparison argtek were cheap ebay antennas is go argtek because the generic ones don't fit correctly.as for argtek vs dbs it's the same story I have this or that so it's the best.if you don't want to drill the remote then go with argtek.the new argtek systems include a total of 6 antennas so you can choose the combination that works best for the style of flying you do.as for performance if you watch YouTube they both are close to the same results.
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Could you post a picture of the install without the holes, I plan on getting the DBS soon and would like to see how its done without the holes.I personally chose the DBS panel for mine as it had much better reviews than the Argtek. I also did not drill any holes to install it so if that is all that is stopping you don't worry about it. I did it that way to see if it could be done and it can be. Besides, what difference do a few holes make, once you take off the original cables it isn't virgin anymore!
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Thats my guy! I think I got 13" but I was guessing at the time. I would probably get 12" If I was doing it again.I think these might be them: RG178 SMA MALE ANGLE to IPX U.FL Female miniPCI Coaxial RF Pigtail Cable USA | eBay