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Old 01-13-2007, 06:55 PM   #1
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With nitro you have to make the end point adjustment right for the throttle linkage. Does that also matter with the electronic speed control on electric vehicles?

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With nitro you have to make the end point adjustment right for the throttle linkage. Does that also matter with the electronic speed control on electric vehicles?

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When you initially install your speed control, you will have to program it to match your radio. After you have full throttle, full brake and neutral set, you are ready to go. Your throttle on nitro cars is obviously controlled by a servo and you have to limit the servos travel. Not the case with ESCs. You do have some settings that smooth out your inputs or dull them if you need to. Or you can make them extremely responsive. Your choice.
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