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Old 05-03-2003, 10:16 PM   #1
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Hi i just finished putting my electronics in my T3. I took it out of my pan car. And i tried to run it and it ran great but when the car goes about 10 feet way it starts to glitch. The car goes slow and i think it might be the reciver. Do you think so? thanks.
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Hi i just finished putting my electronics in my T3. I took it out of my pan car. And i tried to run it and it ran great but when the car goes about 10 feet way it starts to glitch. The car goes slow and i think it might be the reciver. Do you think so? thanks.
try using 3 pieces if servo tape on all electronics this works very well and make sure your battery bars don't hit the chassis...........just a thought
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* Ensure the small capasitors are correctly mounted on the motor.
* Check wiring. Avoid motor/batt wires close to the RX and especially, ensure the arial are away from those electric noise sources.
* Check that the arial wire aint broken.
* Ensure the arial aint been cut shorter.
* Ensure there's enough voltage on the TX.
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Wll i am going to reset the ESC and if that doesn't work i will try a doffrent radio and see if the reciver is busted.
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make sure your transmittey batts are full
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If it runs great then I'd leave it alone, I don't understand what you are saying when you say
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Hi i just finished putting my electronics in my T3. I took it out of my pan car. And i tried to run it and it ran great but when the car goes about 10 feet way it starts to glitch. The car goes slow and i think it might be the reciver. Do you think so? thanks.
I'm still confused. If everything worked fine in the pan car then there's nothing wrong with your peripherals.
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maybe your plugs to the reciever are faulty.
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I think is the ESC.
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