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Old 03-25-2009, 10:43 AM   #1
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i finish setting up my tt01-d and i started playing with it..wondering is there any adjustment needed to my transmitter...because its too fast (mayb i m not used to it or maybe it should be at the max position for H and L in TH.EPA)?and the revising took some time to react too ?i did set the transmitter... according to the bk..FYI-I am using Futaba T2PHKA.
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In what way is the car too fast?

Is it too fast for the track? You should gear to reach top speed in the longest straight.

Is it accelerating too fast for you to handle? Change settings on your ESC to a lower acceleration profile.

Is the car too fast in general? Turn down your high throttle EPA or just dont pull the trigger all the way.
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