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Old 11-11-2005, 06:53 AM   #16
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i didnt try to go fast, was afraid i woulld break it, but man the turning and responce
was now!!!...that transmitter he has is very sensitive,


i like it much better than the m8....

The ability of a car to turn in a tight circle (if that is what you mean) or respond to your input is probably the car set up....not the radio. Certainly not the ECS, it could be the servo if you use a slow one now.
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