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Old 01-19-2010, 10:07 PM   #1
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Default Glitch problem with my new novak havocpro ballistic 6.5T

hi, im frm singapore.. i just bought a new set of novak havocpro with ballistic 6.5T and having some glitch problems... i tried resetting the esc, tried on different tx and rx(am and 2.4ghz), different types of batteries (lipo and nicad) but the problem dont seems to improve...

The problem only occure when car is running on ground (with load) but everything is fine and smooth when i lift up the car..

Could it be the sensor cable at fault??

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Old 01-20-2010, 08:45 AM   #2
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hi, im frm singapore.. i just bought a new set of novak havocpro with ballistic 6.5T and having some glitch problems... i tried resetting the esc, tried on different tx and rx(am and 2.4ghz), different types of batteries (lipo and nicad) but the problem dont seems to improve...

The problem only occure when car is running on ground (with load) but everything is fine and smooth when i lift up the car..

Could it be the sensor cable at fault??

Contact me at [email protected] or send me a pm~!
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