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Old 08-29-2011, 01:38 AM   #1
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Default How to get more range out of steering servo?

Hi,

I have an MTX-3 with digital servos that barely move very far when I turn the dial on my transmitter. I've tried all of the adjustments on the transmitter but it barely makes it to half lock. (Similar issue with the throttle servo motor applying the brakes only lightly)

I've tried searching but couldn't find the keywords that would help me. Could someone point me to some links?

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EDIT: moderator please move this to the nitro on road section...sorry
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Did you change your End-Point Adjustment? Was your EPA @ 100%, Trims & Sub-Trims at 0 and your car was on so the servo gears were centred when you put the horn on?
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