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Old 07-29-2016, 08:48 AM
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I am currently running the team associated Pro rally. The car is 2s and 3s capable out of the box. I put a 3s SPC racing lipo in yesterday. For whatever reason, it's making the car go crazy and go Haywire. It will erratically drive on its own, wont turn sometimes, Etc. Today It reversed across my yard turned around and went forward full speed into my car. I did determine that when I turn off the transmitter , it stops it. I pulled it out and put it in the normal 2s and didn't have any problems, so it is something to do with the battery. I changed the transmitter batteries, rebinding the transmitter to the receiver, and recalibrated the ESC. Nothing has worked so far. Any suggestions? I am going to lose it!

Not sure it makes a difference, but I am running a new Savox 1258.
Old 07-31-2016, 07:37 AM
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Sounds like maybe you need to try a Glitch Buster, and if that does not work, then a BEC is good to try. With that high-draw servo, it could very well be the problem.

Glitch buster; http://www.ebay.com/itm/Glitch-Buste...3D390698691691

BEC; http://www.ebay.com/itm/E-Flite-EFLA...MAAOSwaDtXgEsP

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