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Old 05-17-2007, 06:33 PM
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Hey i am having some bad glitches and i have never been able to get rid of them no matter what id do i use a xr2i transmitter and a r125 receiver from jr. i use a integy cooling fan if that has any thing to do with it. the car gets to the end of the track then turns the other way and starts sputtering the rest the race. even at my house when i run in my coldisac it sputters when it gets a little distance away from me. help please.


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Old 05-17-2007, 06:42 PM
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try to reposition your electronics, or rewire (maybe leakage somewhere). Or install a ferrite.
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Old 05-17-2007, 06:51 PM
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what do you classify as leakage and what is a ferite?

btw i straight wired my integy fan straight to the battery on the battery wires if that does any thing.
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Old 05-17-2007, 07:08 PM
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Try a diffrent reciever ... or take your s out and clean it . may have some small rocks in it .. if that doesnt help have your radio retuned .. sounds like you could have a range problem ... also put 3 pieces of servo tape on your reciever and speedo .... this has done wonders for me for many years ...good luck !! one more thing .. chk the capisitors on your motor this will cause problems if there blown ...
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Ok thank you.

can a fan be a glitch problem tho if its hooked straight to battery wires?
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Old 05-17-2007, 07:13 PM
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I havent seen any problems with fans ... if possible you should connect it to your reciever .. just put a plug on it and plug it in . ... alot safer then having extra wire running to your battereis...
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well i just cleaned out and there were some rocks in it if it works i owe yall a great thank you!!!
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Old 05-17-2007, 11:06 PM
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I also had glitch problems, the car glitches only in one area. I tried repositioning the electronics and none had fix it.. but when i switch to other freq problem was solved.
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o...ok ill try that to thanks that solved a little of my problem cleaning it out but it still sputters when its a distance away like the electronics are just skipping a beat.
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what kind of range are you talking about .. 100 ft. more ... around the house . or on the track ..... also chk your crystals ... change Freq.'s and see if that helps ...
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