I bought a new battery pack for my 540 micro, and I rearranged the electronics. And it glitches really bad. When I first drove it, I started out, without any traction, of course. Then the front diff broke, which was a great thing or my car would be in pieces form running into a wall going well over 50mph. So with no front diff, one of the rear wheels spun faster, so it just did donuts and saved my micro. I tried later just holding it in the air, and the rear tires started to turn to dust when I pulled the trigger (the table had a bunch of "rubber dust" on it after I did this). The whole time I was testing and driving it I only pulled the trigger slightly and it stayed full throttle for a little while after.
I had the antenna close to high power wires (motor wires, etc.), wrapped around the antenna tube, and touching carbon fiber. I kind of fixed those, but is there any other thing that would cause glitching? I use a cheap futaba 2pc radio, until I get money for a new one.
Also, If anyone is wondering, It goes over 70mph.
Thanks alot, Andrew