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Old 03-02-2018, 11:39 AM
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Smile Newbee Question.

I installed the RX from a new FlySky FS-GT3B in my HPI Savage Flux yesterday and bound it to the TX . Everything works great EXCEPT the controls are reversed. When I turn the steering control to the Left, the front wheels turn right etc. When I pull the Throttle to go forward, the car moves in Reverse. I'm sure this is something pretty simple (I hope).

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Servo reverse is what you want to look for in the transmitter menu and then enable it for the steering. That will change the direction of the steering servo. Read the Transmitter manual to find that section.
For the throttle you will have to calibrate the ESC in the vehicle with the radio so the ESC knows what is forward, reverse and neutral trigger on the transmitter. Read the HPI ESC manual for the calibration procedure.
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Originally Posted by flyinwalenda View Post
Servo reverse is what you want to look for in the transmitter menu and then enable it for the steering. That will change the direction of the steering servo. Read the Transmitter manual to find that section.
For the throttle you will have to calibrate the ESC in the vehicle with the radio so the ESC knows what is forward, reverse and neutral trigger on the transmitter. Read the HPI ESC manual for the calibration procedure.
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Thank you Brian, worked great.

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Glad that it worked I have had this problem before...
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