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Old 02-19-2011, 12:04 PM   #1
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Default EMERGENCY HELP NEEDED!!!! WITH CC SIDEWINDER 57000kv SYSTEM

EVERYTIME I HAVE A FRESH CHARGED BATT OR A DIEING ONE IT DOESNT MATTER

IF I PUNCH THE THROTTLE(SOMTIMES DOESNT NEED A PUNCH) THE ESC WILL SHUT OFF REBOOT AND RE SYNC WITH TRASMITTER

WHY DOES IT KEEP REBOOTING!!!!!

FRESH BATTS SHOULDNT BE DIEING SO FAST AND REBOTTING THE SYSTEM PLEASE HELP

the only way to keep it from rebooting is to always use the throttle with ease but i wanna spin my tires off!!!!
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In what type of car? Which radio system? 1s or 2s?

Perhaps the surge is dropping the voltage below the low voltage cut-off and tripping it into safety mode?
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