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  1. Thanks. I've got another SR6100AT here now which I'm going to try.
  2. Do you mean hobbywing? An issue with the gyro inside the ESC? Ta
  3. So, not been through all the responses so far but I did spend some time with the DX5C setup. AVC is on and i've desensitised the steering but that isn't the issue, however, it has helped highlight exactly what the car is doing. Basically it can drive straight for about 10 yards then actively changes direction left and left only. Once left, it won't correct again without input from the TX.
  4. Thanks all some useful info. I'll get a short video of the issue and some pictures. Funny you mention steering binding, it sort of knocks when you turn the wheels left/right by hand. Servo is mounted on whatever the kit said to use, no additional spacers from memory. I'll look into the sub trim option on the DX5C. I'm using the Tamiya hi torque servo saver. Don't know what AVC is or how to set it up.
  5. Hi all, thanks to help on here, the XV-01 Lancia is now up and running but seems to be incapable of just driving forwards in a straight line. The servo doesn't seem to always return to center and adjusting trim is hard because the car never steers straight to start with. The only thing I can think of is the DX5C doesn't like the futaba S3002 steering servo which was the only thing I had from a previous build. Interestingly, doing a quick Google of XV01 doesn't steer straight returns an almost identical issue to mine and they too are using a DX5C. Hmm. I think the steering sensitivity is too high too but I can't get the car to track straight long enough to adjust it. Additionally, and frustratingly, at part throttle the car is kind of ok but then at full throttle it immediately deviates. It's like torque steer.
  6. Ah thanks, that makes sense. It just sounds "coggie" when hand moving the car backwards and forwards on the desk.
  7. Yes, flat solder tabs. I've had to order long wire because the ESC won't reach from anywhere I place it. That does allow me to place it where I like though once the wire arrives.
  8. Hi big jon, I'm using the kit pinion and the kit spur
  9. I've managed to make it work but the motor solder points are rotated around by the lower front shock. It also seems to be cogging on the large spur gear. Do I need to change that too?
  10. Ok, I was hoping this would all be nice and easy. If I have the Justock rotated in the gear housing so that the solder points are upright, they foul the plastic of the motor housing meaning the motor won't mount. That's not right surely? I can't seem to find a way to position the motor so that it is mountable (with the mounting holes) and not fouling the motor solder points. Has anyone actually ever fitted one of these to an XV01? Seems like I need a shim or something to space the motor out.
  11. Excellent, thanks. There's a long and a short, and the long is pretty much the same as the JJ part from the kit. Thanks. Also looks like I'm going to have to lengthen the motor wires that came with the HobbyWing Justock combo. This is starting to become a faff
  12. So yeah. It's arrived. Now what Do I still use the horn from the kit, because it doesn't "click in". I've put the two brass rings together, and the outer ring over them, and clicked them into the servo Tamiya/Futaba gear. Not sure if that's right or not. The kit one sort of all clicks together nicely using Q4, the Q3 plastic ring (which I think is the plastic version of the metal rings in the 5100 kit) and then JJ10, the horn. Any ideas?
  13. Hi, interested in this thread as building up an xv01 Lancia ATM. Did you paint the outside of the body? It looks like it, but instructions say inside. Is there a good prep for painting, like isopropyl or something?
  14. Thanks for all your help Big Jon. Will the ESC/Combo I linked to come with the motor cables and I just need sensor wire? I'm guessing a nice bit of heatshrink at the motor terminals never hurt?
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