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Old 09-20-2006, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default cant get novak xrs programmed right

ive been trying forever and i cant get it programed right. Forward is perfect but it goes right into reverse with no pause for brake...

its supposta go into reverse once you shift into neutral by returning the trigger

but it goes from forward right into reverse which acts like a brake i guess but then after a hard "brake" when i try to go forward it wont and i have to return the trigger to neutral again.

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Old 09-20-2006, 08:07 PM   #2
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anyone? im so close and now this!
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Old 09-20-2006, 08:16 PM   #3
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Novaks instruction:

http://www.teamnovak.com/download/in...fs/xrs_ins.pdf
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ya i followed directions exactly. when i did what it said it wasnt right, forward was reverse and reverse was forward. so i did the oppisit and it worked but not brakes
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ive been trying forever and i cant get it programed right. Forward is perfect but it goes right into reverse with no pause for brake...

its supposta go into reverse once you shift into neutral by returning the trigger

but it goes from forward right into reverse which acts like a brake i guess but then after a hard "brake" when i try to go forward it wont and i have to return the trigger to neutral again.
What type of radio are you using?

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Old 09-20-2006, 09:07 PM   #6
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Change the servo reverse swtich for the throttle and try it again.
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change it to what?

ive tried everything like 100 times, think i need a Futaba speed control?
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tryed every different option with servo reverse and still didnt work. i just dont know what to do ive spent all this money..
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Change the servo reverse swtich for the throttle and try it again.
i dont see how to change it for the throttle, just steering
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Check your instruction manual on how to revers the throttle servo from norm to reverse. Or go to Futaba's website and download the instruction manual if you don't have it.
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Check your instruction manual on how to revers the throttle servo from norm to reverse. Or go to Futaba's website and download the instruction manual if you don't have it.
tried it didnt work,,thanks for tryin to help. any other suggestions?


so heres whats still going on: it skips the brake. it goes from forward, right to reverse, then to neutral so somethings mixed up

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DIsable the reverse... who the heck uses reverse on a TC anyway?
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ive been trying to but cant figure it out im not sure if its possible with this ecs..
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Your best bet would be to take it to your lhs and let them show you how to set it. If you can't do that, then take it out of the car and hit it hard with a hammer. Then and only then you will know that it would be impossible to set it.
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