Killer RC kill switch setup

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He so I am getting a Losi 5t Friday and I have a @Killer RC switch as well. I have hear that there problems setting the switch up. Can someone walk me through the set up of the switch on the stock radio. And turning off the avc. I am going to get a different radio but I don’t have to funds at this time. I want to run it stock for now. Thanks
 

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first welcome joek72 to the forum.. and there pretty much easy to install i had a few issues wen i first fitted mine but all well in the end . just take ur time installing it .. let us know how it went ......:)
 

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first welcome joek72 to the forum.. and there pretty much easy to install i had a few issues wen i first fitted mine but all well in the end . just take ur time installing it .. let us know how it went ......:)
i have a 5 t also and bought the killer bee switch but have'nt installed it yet, i running the stock radio with a 3 channel receiver do i need to upgrade the transmitter for it to work
 

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Hey guys, I would return the killer rc kills switch, as they don't work with all the radios. Especially the cheaper ones and buy a Dynamite kill switch p/n 1240. I had nothing but problems with the killer rc unite. Also you need to buy a glitch capacitor to reduce the noise in the servo's. you can buy them on e bay for about 7 bucks. Get the one that rated 10 volts at 5500 mirco farads, it makes a big difference. Buy a splitter the cap goes on one end ,the battery on the other end and in a channel on your receiver. I purchased a futaba 4 PLS and this unit is great. has a built in kill switch with more usable rang that you will never use
 

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agree with machine head on this one guys ive the dynamite kill switch .. once fitted had no issues at all.. but one massive relieve on the mind knowing ive a kill switch fitted. :)
 
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I got the killer bee switch to work fine. At first it was a pain but I had the dip switch in the wrong way. The only way I could get it to work is with powering off the controller. But I am fine with that. Thanks for the help guys.

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