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Q: How do I adjust the electronic speed control?

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How do I adjust the electronic speed control?

After your electronic speed control unit is set to a particular speed, you can adjust it. Adjusting the electronic speed control is easy. just press the RES (+) button to increase the speed, or the SET (-) button to decrease the speed. If you hold these buttons, the speed will keep changing until you release the button. If you press one of the buttons and release, it will change the speed in 1 mph increments.

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