0 items in cart
Be the first and leave a feedback.
Ball bearing smoothness on the steering wheel is priceless!!!
One of the main reasons Flysky can offer a radio at such a low price, is by cutting costs anywhere possible. A prime example of this is the design flysky used for the steering assembly. A stock GT3B steering assembly is composed of afew major components This is the steering wheel, a position sensor, a shaft that adapts/extends the steering sensor to the steering wheel, return to center parts, and the housing/steering column. This is a pretty standard design of the steering assembly used in ground radio's; However, Flysky did leave out a nice convenience part, a support bearing. The shaft used to adapt the sensor to the wheel goes through the assembly housing. In stock form, the only support this shaft has is by resting on the plastic housing. At first. all seems good, but after continuous use, the plastic on plastic friction tends to wear out the parts and makes the steering wheel have a "wobble" to it. It also can create "sticky" spots once all the factory applied grease gets rubbed away and sometimes a squeak can develop.
© 2012 - 2017 OverkillRC. All rights reserved.
Powered by X-Cart shopping cart software