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    steering is doing the opposite of what i want ?

    i just installed a dual pick up rudder the only problem that the steering link is on the opposite side of where the traxxas stock rudder is. now my steering is doing the opposite of what i want. when i steer left it goes right and vice versa. how do i fix this? thanks

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    You can do it on the transmitter... but I think if you plug the servo into the other channel 1, it will be reversed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TraxxasTuesdays View Post
    You can do it on the transmitter... but I think if you plug the servo into the other channel 1, it will be reversed.
    Just tried plugging the servo into another channel no luck. How do you change it in the radio?

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    I'll have to look it up. Give me just a minute.

    To REVERSE the direction of the STEERING SERVO
    1) Press and hold MENU. Green LED will blink
    2) Press MENU. Green LED will blink twice
    3) Press SET. Green LED will blink
    4) Press SET. Red LED will blink
    5) Press SET. Green LED will blink eight times.
    6) Press and hold MENU to get back to driving mode.
    Last edited by cooleocool; 11-12-2012 at 06:59 PM. Reason: post merge
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    Quote Originally Posted by TraxxasTuesdays View Post
    I'll have to look it up. Give me just a minute.
    Thanks for the help

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    Sure thing. I hope your problem is fixed!
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