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Old 05-25-2009, 06:44 AM   #1
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Default Setting up your steering on your radio??

So what I'm looking to do here is to help calm down my initial steering so I can make small high speed corrections, which I think will make the car less twitchy, but not losing anything when I really need to get around a tight turn.

I've found that I sometimes over correct and end up getting out of shape. I'm guessing that I can slow down my steering on my DX3R, but I only want to slow down like the first 5-10% of throw. Is that possible?

Any of you done this?
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not 100% shure but i think the setting you need to change is the exponential?
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go negative on exponential.
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that will tame down the center line of the steering but do nothing for him on the speed side....your radio should have its own Speed setting for the servo to dial in the Throw and return of the servo....im not farmiliar with the 3R's so i have no clue where or what JR call's it.
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make sure you go + on the expo, its the opposite on the dx3r. + will slow down the steering around the center position.
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