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Old 07-12-2003, 08:19 PM   #1
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Default KO Mars... difference between D/R and Steering Travel

To all KO Mars EX-1 users:

What is the difference between "Dual Rate" (goes up to 100) and "Steering Travel" (goes up to 150)? I was using Level 2, then when you use Level 4, you have the "Steering Travel" option which seems to do the same thing except you can exceed 100%. If they are the same thing, why didn't they just make it just one option.



[edit]S.T. goes all the way up to 150, not 110.[/edit]

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On my KO Presto, the dual Rate and Steering Travel appears to be the same....
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To all KO Mars EX-1 users:

What is the difference between "Dual Rate" (goes up to 100) and "Steering Travel" (goes up to 150)? I was using Level 2, then when you use Level 4, you have the "Steering Travel" option which seems to do the same thing except you can exceed 100%. If they are the same thing, why didn't they just make it just one option.



[edit]S.T. goes all the way up to 150, not 110.[/edit]

steering travel should always be set to the max of 150... the D/R will then be used to set how much travel both the wheels can turn, this is accomplished by the dial just above your thumb
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Alright guys, the Steering travel, should not always be set to the Maximum, what it does do is limit the servo so your wheels dont turn to far and blow out the server, then you go to the dial with your thumb and adjust how much or that steering travel you need available for the track/handling conditions.
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