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Old 10-27-2009, 04:54 AM   #1
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I have recently purchased a DX3s. I find the steering a little too sensitive. Is there a setting on the radio to reduce sensitivity of the steering.
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You can change the exponential to make it less sensitive either side of neutral. You can also turn down the dual rate which will give less overall travel on steering.

Have a look on the Radios and electronics section for the DX3S thread.
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What he said...


I have also found that the tension on the steering wheel effects that too. The looser the tension the more touchy my car feels.
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