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Old 12-21-2008, 02:36 AM   #1
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Default TT-01 Help? servo,Receiver and Transmitter!!


I bought a Venom 2 channel stinger 2 (VWR-2) Transmitter,Servos and receiver, it came as a pack.

I'm trying to install this onto my TT-01 R/c car, with a TEU-101BK Electronic Speed Controller.

I'm having great difficulty trying to figure out where to connect the plugs into the receiver.

This is a diagram of the set-up:

sorry for bad labeling ect.

The Servo Connector:

The ESC Connector:

The ESC Power Connector:

I only have 3 connectors and 4 ports. It says to put the ESC power connector in the first port (first right port) i do so, then put the ESC connector into the 2nd channel, i put that into the 2nd port from the left, then i program it to work with my remote. (ALL THIS IS DONE WITHOUT THE MOTOR CONNECTED) but when i connect the motor, it resets the ESC and then the car tries to accelerate, and stutters the wheels.

with the motor disconnected, and this all set up, i try to set up the Servo to the Receiver, but it doesnt work on either port that is free.
I'm not sure what is wrong..

Here are the instructions i have got for the parts:

"INSTRUCTIONS 2 Channel Stinger 2 (VWR-2)":

TEU-101BK ESC Instructions:

I've kinda got reason to believe it's not a compatable Reciever/Servo.

If anyone could assist me it'd be a HUGE help!


Sirsh. AKA, Tyler.
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Old 12-21-2008, 09:32 AM   #2
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You plug your steering servo lead into ch.1 on your rec. , that would be the first slot on the right with the venom label facing up.

The speed controller servo would plug into ch.2 in the next slot ,thats the lead with three wires.

In the next slot plug in the two wire lead from the speed controller, this wire back feeds power to the rec. , when you plug it in it goes toward the top of the rec. You keep the color of the wire in the same rows . Blacks across the top ,they are grounds ,Reds across the middle they are positives and the whites on the bottom they are the signal wires.
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