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Old 12-06-2004, 12:30 AM   #1
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Unhappy Glitching

Does anyone know how to solve this problem?

i have encountered a very serious problem with motor glitching problem when i using laydown brush 23t motor on my local track, my motor is the fastest among all others and i my car will glitch like crazy, it same to others guys who using laydown brush motor.
does anyone know the cause of the glitching?
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Old 12-06-2004, 02:10 AM   #2
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glitching as in throttle glitching or steering slitching cos if its throttle glitching then it might me you comm is outa shape and the brushes r bounsing and if its stering glitching u gotta hole lotta thing that could be.........ill let sum 1 else do that 1
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Old 12-06-2004, 02:25 AM   #3
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cut your comm and replace your brushes. add some of those little noise reducing cap thingy's. i cant remember what theyre called
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Default glitching,...... the eternal RC'ers nightmare

I had amoajor problem with glitching that took me months to work out. what i ended up doing was :


1, adding extra little capacitors (3) and not relying on the ones that come pre installed on most motors. ( + to can, uswe the hood screws - to can, and + to- can. they only need to be about small.)

2, keeping a close eye on the comm diameter, and if it gets down to about 1/2 its original diameter, REPLACE IT

3, after every run i now take as fine file to the leading edge of both + and - brushes.

4 re wired the car with new 14g deans wire. (not sure if this actually helped, but my car needed it anyway.!! )

5, shortenbed the wires from me reciever to servo, and rec. to speedy.

6, try differeent positions to mount the reciever, and if possible the speedy

7, i tried some ferrite magnets over the motor, &/or the battery wires. (didnt help me, but i know some people who haved benifited by this, try the Yokomo noise reduction kit)

8, try somone elses reciever,

9, if none of these work, well then i dunno!! have a beer or 3 and worry about it later?!


see how you go
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Old 12-06-2004, 04:59 AM   #5
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why did u use 14g wire.......12g is thicker and better
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Old 12-06-2004, 09:16 PM   #6
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it's throttle and steering both glitch.

thanks guys, i will try the you guys advice me.
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Make sure that your wiring is not zipped together someitmes that will aslo cause glitching & especially when your receiver is to close to the ESC
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only cos i had some in my pit box, it was new stuff i had sitting round.
No other reason.

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see if you can try someone elses servo. if there is a problem on the circuir bard , or with the motor odf the servo it may also be contributing to this.......
CAREFULLY take the servo apart, make sure all the connections r still intact, and clean off the parts with some motor spray.

You will probably find that glitching isnt just caused by one thing alone.(normally) It will usually be lots of little things. So if one fix doesnt work totally, dont give up.
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twist your motor wires around eachother

also make sure your aerial isnt touching any carbon fibre (past experience :S)
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Do you have any capacitors on your motor? if you dont solder some on and it will reduce glitching
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Old 12-07-2004, 10:02 PM   #11
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Thanks guys

i will try all the method you guys teach me, step by step
hope can solve it by the end.
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