Yesterday I was bashing my Tornado S30 in a ditch next to my house and it bumped into the curb (not too hard). Directly after that, the electronics ceased to function, and the thing was nailed at full power. I was forced to watch helplessly as my buggy recovered from the shock and bounced onto the street, throttle gunned. The next thing I knew, it had shifted and smashed, full speed, into a stone wall. It flipped over and revved so fast it shredded my tires before I could get at the flywheel with a stick. Damn, another $50 in repairs.
My batteries are duct-taped in, and when I switched the car off and on again the electronics were fine. I suppose I could just buy a throttle return spring (and I will), but I would prefer that this issue be fixed. What part of the electronics do I have to protect with foam to keep this from happnening again? Is it the switch getting knocked back to off? Any help here?