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Old 11-16-2013, 09:15 AM   #1
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Hi guys my new nitro car was working like a charm I could turn left to right rapidly until my friend crashed it now when I try turning rapidly the receiver light shuts off for a few seconds then come back on I can't turn rapidly please help I'm I'm new to nitro cars. Btw
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Old 11-16-2013, 09:36 AM   #2
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Does the Carb/Brake servo work? May have to change Steering servo. After crashing Steering servo take a pounding. Especially RTR models. Change to a HS/HT/ BB/MG servo. Reverse the Steering & Throttle servos on the RX, If the Throttle acts like the steering, Steering servo need to be replaced.
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Does the Carb/Brake servo work? May have to change Steering servo. After crashing Steering servo take a pounding. Especially RTR models. Change to a HS/HT/ BB/MG servo. Reverse the Steering & Throttle servos on the RX, If the Throttle acts like the steering, Steering servo need to be replaced.
Yes the throttle does act as a steering mechanism when i switch them but when I don't switch them and give full throttle then try turn it cuts off too +what's a glitch buster?
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Switch them to normal plugs on RX. Does the throttle work as normal, leaving the steering disconnected from RX. Your steering servo has shorted out internally. Replace it with a good HS(Hi-Speed), HT(Hi-Torque), MG(Metal Geared), BB(ball Bearing) Servo. Futaba, Airtrionics, Savox, Hitec. Your LHS can help you. depending on your wallet can stand.
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Old 11-16-2013, 12:38 PM   #5
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Switch them to normal plugs on RX. Does the throttle work as normal, leaving the steering disconnected from RX. Your steering servo has shorted out internally. Replace it with a good HS(Hi-Speed), HT(Hi-Torque), MG(Metal Geared), BB(ball Bearing) Servo. Futaba, Airtrionics, Savox, Hitec. Your LHS can help you. depending on your wallet can stand.
Don't know if this is important to my problem but a random ball bearing fell from no where is it important and could that be the cause if soo where does it go?
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Don't know if this is important to my problem but a random ball bearing fell from no where is it important and could that be the cause if soo where does it go?
What model is it?
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Old 11-17-2013, 09:39 PM   #7
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