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Dynamite esc issues (PLEASE HELP)

Jon0822

Active Member
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Hi I just purchased an esc and radio system from amazon and my truck has acted strange. For starters the programming doesn’t seem to work the truck won’t go longer than a second or won’t stop, the reverse doesn’t work in fact the truck goes faster. I bought a Dynamite SC2210 60a esc and a Spektrum STX2. The motor is a traxxas Titan. Everything else is stock. Any help would be appreciated i would prefer to not have suggestions for other esc right away as I want to try to get this one figured out before wasting more money on more product
 

Jddemelfi

Active Member
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Location
North East PA
Hi I just purchased an esc and radio system from amazon and my truck has acted strange. For starters the programming doesn’t seem to work the truck won’t go longer than a second or won’t stop, the reverse doesn’t work in fact the truck goes faster. I bought a Dynamite SC2210 60a esc and a Spektrum STX2. The motor is a traxxas Titan. Everything else is stock. Any help would be appreciated i would prefer to not have suggestions for other esc right away as I want to try to get this one figured out before wasting more money on more product
Does your radio and reciever have a calibration option?
 

HeavyBag

Well-Known Member
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Rebind your transmitter and receiver. Then you should have the transmitter throttle trim in the neutral position; throttle is not set to REVerse, and have the throttle rate (or endpoint) turned all the way up. Power ON transmitter. Keep trigger at neutral position, and power ON the ESC. The ESC automatically calibrates the throttle range after 3 seconds. You should hear one long beep when the ESC is ready to run.

On a lot of ESC calibration setups, you have to move the transmitter's trigger to tell the speed control the forward and reverse endpoints of the trigger. The Dynamite ESC is a bit different in the fact that it basically just looks for the neutral signal of the transmitter, and you're good to go.
 

ByronDonald

New Member
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Hi....make sure, when calibrating the ESC, you have your transmitter's ST Trim knob set at the neutral position. Also the TH-F and the TH-B EPA potentiometers (pots/dials) on top of the DX3R are set at their maximum setting.
 
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