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Old 12-26-2012, 03:31 AM   #1
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Default Kyosho inferno gt2 ve . Problem help pls.

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I hope that someone can give me some idea on this problem. I have a new kyosho 1/8 scale inferno gt2 ve race spec.

It has a kt 201 remote control.

The problem is with the throttle the car does not see to stop when i release the throttle, when i manage to stop the car , it will just start moving again even if i am not pressing the throttle.

I read all the instruction and just lost at the moment.

IF any one has any ideas let me know.

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Old 12-26-2012, 04:48 AM   #2
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Clutch is probably too tight or your throttle linkage needs adjusting... try posting in the nitro off road thread...
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HI

I hope that someone can give me some idea on this problem. I have a new kyosho 1/8 scale inferno gt2 ve race spec.

It has a kt 201 remote control.

The problem is with the throttle the car does not see to stop when i release the throttle, when i manage to stop the car , it will just start moving again even if i am not pressing the throttle.

I read all the instruction and just lost at the moment.

IF any one has any ideas let me know.

Thx
Lucas
Make sure to calibrate the radio to to the speed control. Your kit should have come with instructions on how to do this. Then make sure the throttle trim is not turned up above the neutral point on the radio. Again, this should be explained in the instructions.
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Old 12-26-2012, 02:05 PM   #4
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Sounds like a radio trim issue. There are 4 buttons on remote for trim. St +, St -, Th +, Th -.

Use the TH - to return the trim to neutral.
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Clutch is probably too tight or your throttle linkage needs adjusting... try posting in the nitro off road thread...
Hes got an electric GT2 ..

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Old 12-27-2012, 05:32 PM   #6
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Hi all

Finally took the car to the shop had to change the transmitter and the receiver.
I bought this car new in singapore at a hobby shop on orchard rd. Being in australia now i had to buy new parts.

Lesson learnt next time i will test the goods longer.

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