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General RC / Re: Tamiya QD Thunder Shot - repair
« Last post by Dragon on December 25, 2016, 12:37:58 »
Hi Korreka, I can't see any of the images that you've linked to, but I'm able to see the datasheets that you have linked to Google Drive. You could try uploading the photos as attachments to this forum.

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General RC / Re: Tamiya QD Thunder Shot - repair
« Last post by korreka on December 24, 2016, 08:52:16 »
Tamiya qd has the same PWM (digital proportional) radio control standard as Nikko or Futaba but the steering and propulsion controls are changed. I own a Tamiya QD SuperSabre that has the same electronics as your RC car.

You can test the Tamiya QD remote control with a Nikko proportional digital car with the same frequency crystal.

The remote control has an L9362 encoder:

https://fotos.subefotos.com/105ee39866c1e2bbf1aae5417c144302o.jpg



The car has an L9367 decoder:

https://fotos.subefotos.com/ff7e6b2a3ef0c615d26c5b48b1e5df30o.jpg



In the "out" pin of L9362 encoder, you must have a signal like this (seen by a osciloscope):

https://fotos.subefotos.com/c2fcbb25015df4df0f047cdde1b75348o.jpg




I do not find the technical sheets of L9367 decoder but it should look like L9363:

datasheets L9362/63
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General RC / Re: Radioshack catalogs - Radio control
« Last post by korreka on December 24, 2016, 08:24:26 »
Radioshack catalogs - Radio control  1990 -1999

https://goo.gl/photos/gZi5QbYFAk5p7888A

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General RC / Radioshack catalogs - Radio control
« Last post by korreka on December 24, 2016, 07:53:17 »
Radioshack catalogs - Radio control  1980 -1989

https://goo.gl/photos/ZtuVpPyXFA8H2rSi8



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Tyco RC / Re: Twin Turbo Hopper turn & turning
« Last post by Dragon on December 23, 2016, 23:23:34 »
Hi Jimwheels22, First of all, welcome to the forum.

I'm assuming that this Tyco vehicle is the same as others that I've played with in that you are able to twist the wheel independently from the throttle, but twisting the wheel alone won't generate any forward or backward movement - you'd already need to have some momentum if you're expecting to release the throttle.

If the reason for your question is in consideration of single-handed-control, I do remember trying this with one hand before, using my thumb to twist the wheel while keeping my finger on the throttle. I personally found the pistol grip controller easier to use single-handed than trying to use the traditional box style (two-stick) controllers in a single-handed fashion. I may have had an injury that kept me from using my other hand at the time, I don't remember specifically what the reason was, so I don't have extended experience with this.
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Tyco RC / Re: Twin Turbo Hopper turn & turning
« Last post by Jimwheels22 on December 23, 2016, 14:29:35 »
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Tyco RC / Twin Turbo Hopper turn & turning
« Last post by Jimwheels22 on December 23, 2016, 14:25:58 »
Love the look of the Tyco Buggy. I have heard that vintage there are some vintage tyco RC that have things that how they need trigger throttle turn. Question I have is about the remote and turning. When driving the RC do you need to pull the trigger on the remote while twisting the remote wheel for the Buggy to turn?
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Tyco RC / Re: Wanted: 27mhz fast track remote
« Last post by Racinmx426 on December 21, 2016, 02:00:54 »
They definitely aren't as good as they used to be, I think Tyco sold out to Mattel, Radio shack is kinda hit or miss on their rc's, most are just repackaged stuff you find at Walmart, Nikko still makes a few good rc's, and yes I check in at least once a day!
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Tyco RC / Re: Wanted: 27mhz fast track remote
« Last post by Dragon on December 20, 2016, 17:19:37 »
Do you like the current ones that are out from those brands? Unfortunately, I don't have any stash of what you need right now. I've seen other people come and go with them available though, so keep checking back.
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Tyco RC / Re: Wanted: 27mhz fast track remote
« Last post by Racinmx426 on December 20, 2016, 02:09:43 »
Thanks! Really into the toy grade Tyco/Nikko/radio shack RC's!
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