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Old 11-11-2005, 03:31 AM   #1
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Default Interference problems

Never had a problem with interference before but rewired my ESC (LRP Quant comp 2) and installed the larger of the LRP power caps recently and now cant get rid of the interference. The interference is on both the motor and steering.

Has anyone else experienced this?

The ESC is sat next to the receiver (KO) but given the size of the power cap have had to re-route the servo wire around the side of the ESC and then back to the receiver - Could this cause a problem? The receiver wire is fully extended by the way.

The only other thing i have done is wire my Coolcan fan directly onto the battery wires rather than using the battery port in the receiver. Could this be the problem. I have used very high guage wiring from the ESC, motor etc but cant see this as a problem. Or is it?

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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