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Old Oct 24, 2012, 07:33 AM
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WParsons, thanks for the response, flexible cable like used on the planes could be a great idea to drive the servo tester, that way I can also mount it wherever I want.

On the reverse, that is a good question. The basic set-up of these cars uses a switch to change polarity on the motors so they stop, and then switch into reverse. It might be easier to keep that set-up and just use an ESC set up to apply brakes when you let off the gas.

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