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Old 11-05-2010, 07:18 AM   #1
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MMMMMM Not very electronically minded guys, got my new Futaba radio and having trouble setting it up with the Killer bee kill switch. Every time that i turn the steering left the kill switch activates. Any idea witch setting i may have out or what the problem may be, this is driving me mad.....:( Changing from Spectrum to Futaba the kill switch worked a dream with the Specy but the rang was not so good).
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Old 11-05-2010, 08:10 AM   #2
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Contact Kent if your having issues with the switch.
He will get you on the proper path.
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Old 11-06-2010, 10:42 PM   #3
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MMMMMM Not very electronically minded guys, got my new Futaba radio and having trouble setting it up with the Killer bee kill switch. Every time that i turn the steering left the kill switch activates. Any idea witch setting i may have out or what the problem may be, this is driving me mad.....:( Changing from Spectrum to Futaba the kill switch worked a dream with the Specy but the rang was not so good).
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First make sure your batteries are fully charged. The voltage could be dropping when your servo maxes out, which might trigger the killer bee into killing your engine, like its supposed to if it detects low voltage.

2nd I would check to see if your radio accidently has some channel mixing turned on. Your radio could be set to work like rear steering for a rock crawler. Reset the transmitter or go to a new model memory and start with fresh settings.

What model of radio is this?

What version of Killer Bee is this? If its a V1 Killer Bee can you kill the engine by flipping the Aux switch on the transmitter?
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Futaba 3PM i think that i must have the mixing stuffed up, the Killer bee was working well with a Spectrum radio, will go through it all again in the next couple of days. Keep you posted. (cheers) PS The 3rd channel does not seem to be working, the 3rd channel switch does nothing. :ponder:
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Futaba 3PM i think that i must have the mixing stuffed up, the Killer bee was working well with a Spectrum radio, will go through it all again in the next couple of days. Keep you posted. (cheers) PS The 3rd channel does not seem to be working, the 3rd channel switch does nothing. :ponder:
Is this a v1 Killer Bee? You probably need to activate the Aux channel. Read post #101-108. http://www.hpibajaforum.com/forum/sh...t=48722&page=6
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Cheers mate will do.
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