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    Tornado EPX Pro



    Hello all. I have a Tornado EPX Pro, brushless with an ezrun s-10 rtr fan cooled esc which I think is there latest release of this. I get a flashing green light alot, instead of movement, everytime after going from reverse to forward. If I backup then go straight to forward it will do it, but of course it will strip the spur gear sometime. If I reverse then let it stop rolling and then go to forward, the light on the esc just flashes, if I hit the trigger 6 or 7 times, it might start to move forward but not always, any ideas?


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    RE: Tornado EPX Pro



    Check the throtle trim on the transmitter?

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    RE: Tornado EPX Pro

    Does the esc have a reset procedure? Almost sounds like the circuitry to keep it from going into reverse instantly (from forward) is working the opposite way? Just an idea, I have little experience with the current electric RC's.. Good luck!
    Mick Nesevitch


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