I always ship abroad via Royal Mail International signed for service ,it's tracked online , registered and insured , never had a problem and I've shipped all over the place to wherever our fellow members are, including Italy
Hi G.P. .Firstly you need to set your handset trims to central poistion (neutral) .Then remove the servo horns from your servos , switch on your handset and receiver etc to power up your radio and servos .The servos will now set to neutral , re-fit you servo horns to as close to the neutral point , i.e the wheels are straight and the MSC if you have one is set to stop position on the blade .I use a servo tester to set my servos to neutral before I fit them to make life easier .Depending on which car you have the removal of the servo horns may mean you need to remove the servo from the car if it is not easily accessible to do the resetting work on it .Also, it is very important to make sure the steering and MSC rod lengths etc are set as per manual as this will also throw out trims etc . Once re-set make sure you use the same handset with the car that you have matched it to ,as different makes of handset can produce different results if they are not set up to the car you use it with
Hi there , welcome to the club .Make sure you switch on your Transmitter before connecting the battery and /or switching on the receiver switch so it sets the MSC to neutral, and switch the Transmitter off last thing .If you start up like this already then your MSC might not be set properly to neutral or your Transmitter trim is off .Check the switch as said before
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One of the greatest artists to come out of the 'punk' movement - this album rocks (as do all of his albums imo ) and features artists such as Phil Lynott , Steve Marriot , - a couple of pistols , a couple of hot-rods ,the only ones' - Pete Perret and Mike Kelly , Chrissie Hynde - awesome !!