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Old 06-18-2008, 11:20 AM
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I test ran the engine yesterday, and was successful. My question is why do the servos move when the head was contacted by the plug wrench? Boat power was on, so was transmitter. I went to take out plug and servos began dancing. (boat was not running of course!!)Just wondering if this is normal or not.....

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Old 06-18-2008, 11:56 AM
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Twin..

First and formost welcome.

All AM systems are susceptible to metal to metal noise. In other words anytime a metal object and another metal object come in contact with each other and they produce the right frequency because of this contact your receiver can pick this up and make the servos jump.

FM has a some what cleaner signal and 2.4 does not see to be effected by this at all.

No worries… your system is fine

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Old 06-18-2008, 02:02 PM
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Sweet. I'm so used to electrical stuff, I automatically think "SHORT"!
I must also add I am impressed with the SV27. That is a stout little .18 and i cant wait to get 'er on the water.
Sure is a loud little sucker though...and suggestions for lowering Db levels?
Does the pill bottle or steel wool tricks work well, or do I need a muffler?
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Cooper pipes makes a quiet pipe.. its not cheap but works well

Adding a muffler is not a bad idea eather.. just stay away from the steel wool..

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I was looking at that Cooper pipe. Does it fit inside the SV27 hull OK?

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