For any transmitter I have is at Sanwa, Hitec, Futaba, and the pistol from the car at 27MHz, intermeddle into the battery compartment easy to cut with my old battery connector and solder the new battery and all inserts.
No, could be made to if you really wanted to, but this website already does transmitter lipo packs. Just search for "transmitter lipo" and they're the first two results. You will have to pick the right one because it depends what transmitter you have. It should be fairly obvious though....try it!
You should check the specifications of your transmitter. If there are none, you can check the voltage regulator of your transmitter. If it's 7808 or something similar, you should be fine. Although I would choose more capacity.
It would work, but it would be a little small. It is 500mah, and standard AA batteries are 1500-2700mah. Also, you would need to have some sort of low voltage protetection, because most transmitters don't have it built in
OK I have this one in myMAX66 JR radio and I use it for playing sim and the lipo lasts long and has not fried my TX mut a servo wire on and just the balance plug the reason is the lipo started ballooning so I cant use it on my planes
Bought this battery for the funfighter series of planes and found out (like in the picture)that this battery comes with the JST connector. I just soldered on an xt60 to be used with my planes. Now, about the battery. It arrived with a good storage charge and it charged quickly with no puffing. I havent been able to do any stress testing yet but I will update this with some numbers in the near future.