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PostSubject: Clark Challenger Tk-24 series sound test   Tue Jun 07, 2016 10:46 am

Hi all,

Was programming my Turnigy 9XR Pro to the new Clark Tk-24 series Challenger board and figure I will do a quick video of the sound test. As some or all of you might know, the Challenger board from Clark is their first Tk-24 series board, with some additional functionality and supposedly better sound technology than the Tk-22 series boards. The two most notable features are the 2nd MG sound and the Clutch function, which allows you to rev the tank without it driving off.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrD1Vqt9PJI

With the new functions the left stick gets to be very busy, but I have managed to move most of the functions off to the buttons, and the left stick is basically rotation and elevation only.

Enjoy !

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PostSubject: Re: Clark Challenger Tk-24 series sound test   Wed Jun 08, 2016 8:23 am

Yes, the clutch!!! It drove me nuts, I didn't know there was one and couldn't figure out why the tank sometimes doesn't move, until I went to the Clark page about TK 24.
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PostSubject: Re: Clark Challenger Tk-24 series sound test   Wed Jun 08, 2016 11:50 am

It's a cool feature Razz I was playing with Hach's challenger and mistakenly discovered that.

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