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Old 07-30-2004, 10:45 AM   #1
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How many of you have an ESC and lost the directions on how to set it up?

Use this to ask for help/directions/links for ESC challenged people like me....

I have a sonik 3 ESC and I can not find the setup directions anywhere on the web.... I've sent emails with no luck.....
And yes... they are in England.... This is the only link I can find....
http://mtroniks.globalhobby.com/
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anyone knows of any links to any website whereby i can get/download an english version of the user manual/setting guide for a Sanwa/Airtronics Super Vortex 308VZ esc? many thanks.....
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whoops, ignore this.
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i am pretty sure those m.troniks are

Connect battery, while light flashes hold button. they will stop

set your transmitter to neutral then press the button again

set your transmitter to full throttle, press button again

set your transmitter to full brake, press button again.

now it should be set up. although i am not certain this is right.
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i am pretty sure those m.troniks are

Connect battery, while light flashes hold button. they will stop

set your transmitter to neutral then press the button again

set your transmitter to full throttle, press button again

set your transmitter to full brake, press button again.

now it should be set up. although i am not certain this is right.
I finally found the directions and you were right....
Funny, it says in the set-up directions to hook-up to NICDs batteries....
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