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Old 03-25-2015, 08:19 PM
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hi guys i got a question that has me stumped so i thought i'd ask the ones that know. how do you reverse the throttle? i went to run it after not playing with it for like a week and i was not the last to use it. now when i pull the trigger to go forward it goes in reverse and push trigger goes forward. how do i fix this other than switching the motor wires around? thanks for any help guys.
Old 03-25-2015, 09:36 PM
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Reverse ur throttle channel on the remote its self. I had to do it on mine, idk y it dose it.
Old 03-26-2015, 04:52 PM
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There should be a switch on the transmitter that will change the direction. I know this because I use my ECX transmitter in stock position to run my Torment, and in the other position to run my Frankenstein '50 chevy panel, so that both pull to go forward, and push for reverse.
Old 03-26-2015, 05:16 PM
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Thanks guys. got it back to good. i had to get out the manual to find the right switch. taking it out for a crawl tomorrow and the scx10. should be fun.
Old 05-14-2015, 06:53 PM
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So now i made some time for the rock slide and need a hand.
as you know the clod stall can be a bit of a pain. iv'e been reading that two ESC's will fix that.
1. can i run two ESC's from one channel with a Y splitter?
2. will another stock ESC work for the dual ESC MOA set that i'm trying to do?
thanks for any help guys.
Old 05-18-2015, 08:58 PM
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Well it finally happened. after around a year it gave out on me. went for a crawl today with the rock slide and as soon as i plugged in the battery the ESC started smoking and that smell was in the air. anyone that has fried any electronics knows that stink. so i guess it's time for an upgrade.
so i was looking at the outcry dual motor esc with fan and turbo bec.
was wondering how the clod stall is on this esc? any one who has one did you have any issues with it?
thanks guys.
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Now that i put some HB sedonas on the rock slide i see that i got some tire rubbing issues. so i'm going to try some wheel extensions. any one know of some good ones?
still thinking on what ESC to use.
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Check RPP Hobbies, they have Junfac wheel wideners, 13mm & 19mm
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Cool thanks mike flea.

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