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Problems With FlySky FS- GT-3b Glitches and Studdering

Old 07-16-2012, 06:30 PM
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Default Problems With FlySky FS- GT-3b Glitches and Studdering

Since i changed over to the new radio system GT-3B I put it in a 1/18th Associated 18r with there stock micro esc and it will go out of control move a 1/2in studder then do it again any one else having problems with this System ???

i put a new esc they said was the problem $50.00 and a new receiver in and a recharged a cpl nimh full Batts reprogrammed esc and radio here's what it doing anyone else please tell me your thoughts ???

so whats causing it now ???
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Old 07-17-2012, 06:48 AM
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Default RE: Problems With FlySky FS- GT-3b Glitches and Studdering

did you try rebinding the RX to the radio?
I've had my one was a lil glitchy when I got it till I went through the binding steps.

other potential issue is it could be the receiver wire is damaged in its insulation

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