One of my cars is a 35MHz GT-R 2 speed. This morning a wee problem has appeared that’s got me stuffed. The car is constantly running as though the ‘turbo’/action button is depressed. :smiley5:
I’ve grabbed a second spec-ed controller and it does the same thing. The problem must be with the car itself. It hasn’t been dropped/abused and it certainly doesn’t have any water inside it that could be shorting something out.
Having pulled what limited hair that I have out, I found the source of the problem. Seems that last time I pulled the car apart (to photograph some of the internals) I must have accidentally dropped a tiny metal offcut (eg waste from a trimmed electronic) into the circuit board bay.
Hey all, new to this bit char-g stuff. Great fun must I say. I recently bought a booster call same as the one above 35 Mhz and I too found out that the boost , seemed to be on all the time. I found out that when I run the car@ 35Mhz and (there is a switch in the back of the booster controller A,B,C) on the “B” postion it ran normally 2.2 motor. When I changed the switch to the “A” position , the car was running turbo all the time and I was able to match 3.0 engine speeds if not pass them too. I am wondering if I upgrade the motor I think 2.6 if it will dust the 3.0. Will have to try when I get it. So with this option I guess I have two options I guess.