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1/10 EP 2wd or 4wd buggies/truggies to recommend

Old 08-18-2015, 10:20 PM
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hi Mark,


Can you answer my questions ?
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Old 08-18-2015, 11:23 PM
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Sounds like the classic "brownout" - a glitch buster capacitor should fix it: http://www.amain.com/rc-cars/search?...=glitch+buster
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Originally Posted by foosoomin
Hi guys,


I'm from Singapore

My previous cars as follow


Tamiya Thundershot

Kyosho Optima MID custom special

Yokomo Super Dog Fighter

Yokomo Super Dog fighter, Works 91

Kyosho Lazer ZX-RR championship edition



I stopped playing RC since 1991.....


So here's my question.


Can anyone recommend me reasonable price with better built almost RTR 1/10 EP 2wd or 4wd buggy/truggy !!!!


I have tight budget.......


I am quite opened with discontinued models too, please recommend
Tamiya TT-02B MS. I have one and have been beating the breaks off of the Kyosho and B44's at the local track.
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Old 08-20-2015, 05:41 AM
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Mark,


What about signal lost ?
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The loss of signal is most likely from the receiver loosing power for a short second - that's what the glitch buster fixes.

The other possibilities are bad receiver, bad BEC output from the ESC, etc. etc. so you'll want to try the cheapest solution first.
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MarkA is correct. A glitchbuster is a (relatively) small capacitor that typically plugs into the receiver to prevent your receiver from losing signal due to too much or too little power. I was having the same problem with a SCT that had a powerful servo in it. This fixed the problem.
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