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Old 10-14-2004, 01:57 AM   #1
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Default Glitching???????

Have a glitching problem try this Yokomo Noise killer set (for receivers)
Yokomo Noise killer set (for receivers) Includse Ferrite Core Noise Suppressor, Shielding Tape , and aluminum tape for electronics

it works !!! got mine from speedtech.com
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That looks pretty nice if i ever have a gliching problem ill definitly try it
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What exactly does it do?
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Stop glitching. Maybe
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it stop's excessive noise feed from servo's and speed controls through the reciever ..

It does stop glitching ..
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What exactly does it do?
the kit comes with two types of self adhesive shielding First a mesh type is wrapped around the receiver then the foil type is wrapped around it. The one with the plugs goes on the lead for the ESC. open the attachment and see it installed
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