Flysky Noble nb4 steering endpoints setup guide.
Video here um for setting the end points on the mb4, so i’ve reset these to stock um don’t worry about the fans. They’Re unplugged shouldn’t get up we’re, not using it. So when you’ve got your mb4 powered up, you’ve got your rc powered up. You want to go into epa and we’re just going to set these steering end points at first. So what you’re? Looking for when you turn you’ll hear the servo start, straining Music and you’ll see the servo saver moving, but the wheels aren’t moving any further. So what i find it best to do is pick a direction, so, whichever one you’ve pressed will light up, green and then start down at about 40 percent. So we can see, and you can hear the servos not straining, and then all you need to do is press the plus icon and then all you’re doing is turning it up. Until you get to the point where you can see, you can hear the servo still straightening so you’re looking for the most amount of travel you can get before your wheel stops. Turning the servo saver starts opening and basically you want the servo to do that. No noise it’s not straining. Now, if i turn the other way, you’ll see that straining so it’ll move to the green one will move to the right now and it’s, not necessarily going to be exactly the same figure. So if we just start turning the end point up and you’ll just reach a point where the servo starts to strain now you can look for other cues on your rc’s, so on this one you can see where the flat on the arm actually comes round and Lines up with the hub, so another good test once you make sure it’s not straining, is to make sure that the wheels are not trying to oversteer in any direction.
So this one, i just need to back it off a little um. So basically, you’ll get a figure on both these, where you can turn full lock on the transmitter. It doesn’t stress the servo saver it’s, not stressing the servo, and you don’t want your hot your arms to be pulled all the way into the hub. Now each rc is different and if you talk to some people, they’ll be more than happy with the flats coming all the way back and hitting the actual hub. Personally, i don’t like running like that in any of the rc’s, because it tends to overwork the uh cv joints or your universal joints, but it’s no good doing this with the vehicle on the floor, because your servo’s always going to make noise because it’s pulling against The resistance of the actual floor surface so you’re better off setting this up with the wheels in the air and, as you hear, the servo’s not struggling at either end and we’re, not trying to overturn and we’re, not uh over taxing the cvs or cvds or universal Joints, whatever you have on the end of your driveshafts, so once they’re set, you can just back out and that’s it that’s your end points fully adjusted and fully set up.