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sickestilocan0 - 10.18.11, 8:28 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote
I just installed a new servo into my 1/16 e-revo and when i turn it on and when i turn left on the controller, the front wheels goes right and vice versa.does anyone know why...? seems like a simple question to answer but im confused... Please help
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el_tonto - 10.18.11, 11:03 am Post #2: | Reply With Quote
Your transmitter will have a reversing switch for each channel, often just a tiny little inset switch. Just flick it for CH1 or ST and you'll be good to go. Might need to Remove the steering horn and re-center it again though since the centering is sometimes different after you reverse a channel.
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elpcavy21 - 10.18.11, 11:05 am Post #3: | Reply With Quote
Hold the remote upside down!
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Rsickles - 10.18.11, 4:12 pm Post #4: | Reply With Quote
There is no switch on your Tx like mentioned above. You need to go into the menu on your TQ radio.

You'll need to watch the whole video to understand how to familiarize yourself with the interface, but the servo reversing for steering (Ch1) is at the 2:15 mark:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhU5fAQSejk

Here is the owners manual: http://traxxas.com/sites/default/fil...24GHz-INST.pdf

elpcavy21 said
Hold the remote upside down!
You mean flipped around? Upside down wouldn't change direction. I've seen a lot of people hold it backwards and do some crazy swan dance with their Tx.
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Rely - 10.24.11, 6:06 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
Just had the same problem but I figured it out, do as rsickles tells you and you will be good to go, channel 1 for steering, channel 2 for esc.
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ntp - 10.24.11, 6:19 am Post #6: | Reply With Quote
elpcavy21 said
Hold the remote upside down!

*shakes head*


...noob.

'Everyone' knows you just turn the wheel the opposite way... I mean, who says right turn on the wheel has to mean right turn at the vehicle.

We'll call it... " Wild Whack-y Action R/C!"

And we'll get this looker to build it!




...oh! And, uh what those guys said.... Manual. Links and good advice.
Except that whole Servo Rev Button thing on the controller.
But, still good thread.
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