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Old 02-11-2017, 12:12 PM   #8731
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Originally Posted by Bikerbob View Post
Just got my DB12r back on the track after a long time sitting in a box.

Quick question, I cant really remember how these used to drive, but should I have brakes?

I apply brakes, but there is no positive braking.. just no fwd.

Is this something with the direct drive? or should my esc motor be able to stop this car? I have set the esc .. full brake, but nothing seems effective.
If your running a Hobbywing, increase your inital brake setting to 40% or a lower brake frequency depending on which setting yours has.
I only brake once per lap on a long straight and it's only a little tap. Never any drag brake on the BMI or it will hook.
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