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Old 11-07-2019
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Default Transmitter thumb flick

Hi, I tend to flick the thumb sticks on my transmitter when driving and have done for 35 years, I've been told my car will handle better if I stop flicking the throttle, I'm finding it hard to not flick the throttle stick, can anyone recommend anything that could help me out, I was hoping to find a rubber stick cap that would fix onto my thumb with a strap but can't find anything...

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Do you use a neck strap? If so try not using it, will force you to grip the TX more and press your thumbs into the sticks.
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Try a wheel radio with a throttle finger. That will stop you flicking your thumb.
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Thankyou for both suggestions, I will try them both.
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