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 Post subject: Broken steering wheel!
PostPosted: Wed 8. Apr 2015 19:56 
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Hello guys,

after some racing with kids, one transmitter has a broken steering wheel.
But I will try a repair with a 3d printed replacement.


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PostPosted: Wed 8. Apr 2015 20:37 
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The only funktion this tap has is too click on the buttoms.
You can just take the two buttoms too the outside an make a manover with yor tumbs.
I even tried with a contact switch that react on left - right angels!


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PostPosted: Tue 5. May 2015 08:03 
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hi all together, i had different problems with the transmitter. novice drivers are steering with to much violence, so the wheels broke complete, or the same as showen befor.also the,, springs,,(is this right?) from accelrator are broken.


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PostPosted: Mon 21. Nov 2016 16:27 
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Hi I have managed to do the same, no kids involved.

I fixed it by inserting a new connector-part in front on the steering wheel.

Made the connection stronger and turning more easily.



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