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Old 12-22-2003, 08:27 PM   #1
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Default CRX Aggressor/ Novak synth. receiver owners help

Having problems with glitching, seems to be distance issue. At what voltage does your radio begin to have problems or is it good all the way down to the beep.
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I would think you are ok down to about 9.8 volts or so. I have ran my CRX down to 9 volts but not on purpose. It worked ok but it is not a practice I like to do. I left my radio on by accident and no time to charge so I ran it. I finished at 8.9 volts and had on little hit. I don't like min ebeing under 10v to be safe.
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How far away is it when you have an issue?
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Tres,

From the drivers stand to the backstraight about 50 ft.
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Have you checked the normal stuff?

Changed motor
Changed CH.
etc....

Are yo using the Spectra Module also?
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Yeah I did everything in stop glitch 101 and I have the Spectra module. I have put even more caps on my motor to see if that helps. My C2 has the included ones plus 3 I added and the comm is fresh. We will see here in a moment if this helps.
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did you try another motor?
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Yeah I have, actually adding the extra capacitors helped me out. I am going to try some different mounting positions other than the ones I already have. Almost there.
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