How to slow down an RC Car using EPA (Endpoint Controls)

RC cars are excellent fun, but these days they can be a bit of a handful out of the box.

There is nothing worse than getting your brand new shiny RC car out of the box and smashing it straight into a tree. Being able to adjust the endpoint on an RC car is an easy way to ease yourself into the control of an RC car, its especially useful when kids are involved as they can be a bit trigger happy! Check out my how to video below, or check out the suggestions of transmitters here

Here is my instructional video

The Correct Transmitter

In order to be able to adjust the EPA you need a transmitter that will allow you to adjust these, most RC cars that are RTR (ready to run) don’t have these controls as an option. So you may need to replace your transmitter and receiver.

I am going to suggest some radio’s that are a decent price that have EPA controls.

Absima CR3P AFHDS 2.4GHz 3Ch Radio

First up the Absima CR3P this radio usually retails at around £50 – £60

This radio has an excellent spec, even allows up to 10 model memory!

  • A.F.H.D.S. 2.4Ghz system
  • 3-channel radio
  • 2x 3-channel receiver
  • 10 model memories
  • Servo reverse
  • Dual rate
  • EPA
  • EXP
  • ABS

Its also available on

Flysky GT3C

Next up is the Flysky GT3C, again this Transmitter offers tons of features similar to the CR3P but its a little bit cheaper, I use this one in my video above. It also has a rechargeable battery that lasts ages!

  • LCD screen display
  • High receiving sensitivity
  • 3CH remote control for RC cars and boats
  • Super active and passive anti-jamming capabilities
  • Very low power consumption, and stable performance
  • Adopts AFHDS (Automatic Frequency Hopping Digital System)
  • Transmitter is powered by a rechargeable 3.7V li-ion battery
  • It covers the entire band width of the antenna bandwidth range
  • Works between 2.4GHz to 2.48GHz frequencies, divided into 160 wave bands

Its also available on

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