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Old 04-22-2010, 11:10 AM   #1
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how does neutral brake work and, does it come on for so long after the throttle is returned to neutral and then stop or is it just like a drag brake, i notice the futaba 4pk has this feature, any help would be appreciated. Russ
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man i dont understand your question not sure what you really need to know here??

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how does neutral brake work and, does it come on for so long after the throttle is returned to neutral and then stop or is it just like a drag brake, i notice the futaba 4pk has this feature, any help would be appreciated. Russ
I believe that neutral Brake is similar if not the same as Drag brake. with this setting you can adjust the amount of the brake that is applied when the throttle is in the neutral position. I know a lot of electric guys use this setting in touring cars a lot. I'm not sure if this is a common practice in off road. As for ABS, you can set the radio can send a pulse signal to the RX which is effectively like True ABS but there is no sensors on your car, it just applies every time you hit the brakes. This can however be bad for your servos. it probably works better in electric cars. Try a search in the radio forum you might have better luck there.
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