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    after going in reverse my car wont go forward :(

    i tried changing all of the settings and cant seem to find whats wrong.

    it will go forward, and if i keep going forward, i can let off it to neutral , and go forward again and again.. and it works fine

    but as soon as i go in reverse for more than like a foot, it will then never go forward again.. like the remote is no longer connected! but then i can go in reverse only after that, never forward again,

    until i turn the whole car off/on.. then it works fine again..

    any ideas what it could be, any help would be appreciated, thanks guys!!

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    Did you try re-calibrating the esc and controller?
    Did you say Traxxas?

    Yes with or without lipos.

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    Does the brake work when it is in it's Reverse-only mode?

    What flavor of ESC/motor do you have?
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    ya i did re-calibrate it, no luck there... and the brake works when im going forward, and it will still go foward after i use it.. but its when i go all out in reverse when it stops working..

    btw, i have a turn igy moter and esc 1/8 scale

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    I don't know much integy, but I did hear the goods and bads about their products mostly about their alum parts not being the best.

    What kind of radio system do you have, is it Traxxas or something else?
    Did you say Traxxas?

    Yes with or without lipos.

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    I have a traxxas 2.4ghz TQ the one with the longer antenna

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