somehow my team xray evo 2 chassis seems to be conducting electricity quite strongly from somewhere, this means that if the car bottoms out the car will go very glitchy. I have never seen anything like this before and i hope someone can help.
the jolt to the car could be anything.. servo, speedo, reciever.,m crystal.motor ect ect ect... best way to solve it is to borrow a buddies stuff.. try replacing each item one at a time, til it doesnt do it anymore...
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yea not only does the chassis conduct electricity but if you turn your car on and then touch the bulkheads with an allen wrench it to will make ur car glitch I would know Ive had 4 xrays and even my pro 4 does it
Another way of helping with this is Ferritt coils. They are sold at Electronics warehouses...not Radio shack. I got some from Digikey, but it took a real long time.
The Yokomo anti glitch stuff seems to get rid of those nasty glitches. Here is a link to get one. http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...nid=64&id=2193
Hope this helps.
It did for me until I bought the Spektrum....
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Originally posted by Rieley somehow my team xray evo 2 chassis seems to be conducting electricity quite strongly from somewhere, this means that if the car bottoms out the car will go very glitchy. I have never seen anything like this before and i hope someone can help.
you might want to check your batteries .. they might be rubbing against the chassis when installed in the slots .. and also check all your gear and motor caps ...