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Old 09-02-2004, 05:55 PM   #1
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has anybody experienced a radio rang reduction when using a fail-safe? ever since i installed mine i have had less radio range. when my car gets about 150' away my fail safe kicks in. the brakes go on and i have to hold my radio up in the air to get the throttle/brake servo to respond. the strange thing is when the car stops, if i turn my wheel i can clearly see the front wheels steering. and yes my rx and tx batteries are fully charged, i even tried switching to brand new alkalines. very odd- i think i will remove the fail-safe from the system and see what happens.

the radio is a ko propo ex11 presto.
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