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Old 05-22-2007, 08:35 PM   #1
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ok i run on a out door aphsalt track and run a sanwa m11 on 40meg with original crystals and 311 reciever, a sanwa wrx digital servo, novak gt7 esc, and a much more fan running of the battery leads. no pt. but when i go aroung the sweepers and tight turns where throttle and steering is being used i can hear the motor shutter as if there is voltage drop. it happen consitently and isnt going to send my car of course but i feel like im not getting 100% throttle when i apply it in these spots.
so is there a way to fix this? im running i silver can 540 motor. with 3 .01uf caps and a 1n5822 skhotty diode.
any one have simmilar problems?
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1st thing 1st. how close are battery wires and motor wires to the reciever, aerial wire, speedy etc....
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I would start by replacing the least expensive thing on your car and work from there...

Different crystal or channel first...then re-wire your speedo and place it a little differently on the chassis...

if this doesnt solve it, try a different servo and move your transponder around...

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ok i run on a out door aphsalt track and run a sanwa m11 on 40meg with original crystals and 311 reciever, a sanwa wrx digital servo, novak gt7 esc, and a much more fan running of the battery leads. no pt. but when i go aroung the sweepers and tight turns where throttle and steering is being used i can hear the motor shutter as if there is voltage drop. it happen consitently and isnt going to send my car of course but i feel like im not getting 100% throttle when i apply it in these spots.
so is there a way to fix this? im running i silver can 540 motor. with 3 .01uf caps and a 1n5822 skhotty diode.
any one have simmilar problems?
cheers guys
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I would start by replacing the least expensive thing on your car and work from there...

Different crystal or channel first...then re-wire your speedo and place it a little differently on the chassis...

if this doesnt solve it, try a different servo and move your transponder around...

good luck dude!
start with the easy things first without spending any money. check wiring. parts fitters replace parts trying to solve problems, technicans solve problems then replace the 1 problem part if a part needs replacing at all. most of the gliching problems ive seen have to do with the way wires are run
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ok so motor wire are away from servo wire as i have the servo wire tucked to the side of the esc and the power wires running over the top deck. so i dont think its a wire issue but im guessing.
would the servo being digital have anything to do with this?
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ive moved the wiring and run capacitors on the radio neither helped and suggestions?
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