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Old 25-08-2021
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A mate of mine has a problem,

His on road car was on the track and it was like it kept losing power, it would slow down and servo wouldn't work then either it would start again or if car was shook it started again but then the same fault occurred, he purchased and changed the esc, receiver and power cap attached to esc and the sensor wire and it still has the same problem

Has anyone any idea as what could be causing the power / signal to drop like this?

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What servo and radio gear?
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Hi, they are a Savox 1275mg Black edition servo and sanwa zz radio and rx482 receiver

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Old 26-08-2021
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What esc
Is voltage protection on
Lipo fully charged?
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Check the aerial on the transmitter is tight…
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