Question about Exceed-RC Toys
Its brushless and running stock 8.4 battery and 2.4 radio
What sort of battery are you using ? if it is the original stock battery which is Nimh 8.4v, it is possible that this has formed a memory and is failing . change to Lipo 11.1v 2s 2000Mah or above and you should see a significant change in performance
Posted on May 08, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I just purchased a 1/16
I have the same problem with my mini vxl slash sometimes and for me anyway I first unplug the battery, plug it back in, set the esc and then rotate the throttle adjustment on the transmitter reverse and then foward and for me that seems to work everytime. Dont know for sure if this is the same problem that you are having but I hope my answer helps...
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
SOURCE: Midland gxt-850 gets HOT!
It is very possible that the terminal of the positive end of the bottom battery is shorting to the battery's body hence the heating up. If this is the case, then when you charge the radio, excessive current is flowing since the battery set has one shorted. Again this would cause heat buildup specially on the bottom battery and the charging terminals.
A possible solution is to check the bottom battery's positive terminal and ensure that it only contacts with the positive terminal of the battery and does not touch the battery body (which is negative).
Alternately (and perhaps more to your advantage), seek replacement of the defective unit considering it is new and therefore should be under warranty.
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
SOURCE: Alpine pdx-1.1000
Ot two issues, First the AMP is going into a protection mode this means that it is drawing too much current. As netrecov said you need a capacitor, this will oppose the rapid current draw, by allowing the voltage to remain constant. However I would also sugget that you rewire the setup to manufatures specification and make sure that all grounds and supply leads are installed properly. Taking into mind the the 4awg wire has less cross sectional surface than the 2 or 0 AWG wire causing it to have more resistance this is power loss in this case (follow the specifications).
I hope this helps
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
SOURCE: Honda Civic Steering problem
You did not indicate whether you checked the fluid level for your power steering. Please check this first. Please read your owners manual for specific instructions!
You may be low on fluid.
The next step would be to check your engine belt. The power steering pump is driven by a belt. It is possible that you have a loose or worn belt that is not able to turn the pump sufficiently at idle, but when you rev the engine higher, the pump produces sufficient power. One way to test this is to rev the engine, then try to turn the wheel, see if you notice any difference. Let me know.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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