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Old 11-12-2006, 09:33 PM   #21
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Old 11-13-2006, 12:57 AM   #22
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I have one as does MadMax and both do exactly the same, I always prefer esc's with push button set up, dont trust this AI stuff it tends to get it wrong.

All I do is plug it in, if it is in reverse I use the servo reverse function on the transmitter and am good to go, saves on all the messing about on unplugging/plugging it in routine.
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I have one as does MadMax and both do exactly the same, I always prefer esc's with push button set up, dont trust this AI stuff it tends to get it wrong.

All I do is plug it in, if it is in reverse I use the servo reverse function on the transmitter and am good to go, saves on all the messing about on unplugging/plugging it in routine.
x2....thats what i have to do on mine too. i think i read in the manual that when powering down you have to shut it off in a certain sequence, but i can't remember what it is. i just reverse the channel every time. if you can wait till tonight i can scan the manual and send it to you.
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x2....thats what i have to do on mine too. i think i read in the manual that when powering down you have to shut it off in a certain sequence, but i can't remember what it is. i just reverse the channel every time. if you can wait till tonight i can scan the manual and send it to you.

If you have the manual I would appreciate it. It seems to be ok now but I would love to read it.

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Old 11-14-2006, 11:50 AM   #25
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Read it on www.rcdocuments.com

http://rcdocuments.com/file_info/dow...ESC_Manual.pdf
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I have beed in RC for years and never saw that site. I appreciate it!!
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Old 11-14-2006, 04:57 PM   #28
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your good. gonna have to bookmark that. came to post it up after fighting w/ my scanner and you beat me. thanks JIA.
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