The novak glitch buster is a cool rc car component that filters static or noise from an rc car receiver but it's hard to find at hobby shops and a little expensive for what your getting, so here's how to make your own for $1 in five minutes.
I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE YOU DO TO YOUR SELF OR YOUR RC CAR IN THE MAKING OF THIS.
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Step 1: The Parts Needed
A 10 to 16v 2000 to 6700+µf capacitor you can get these at radio shack.
A receiver input plug you can get these at the hobby shop.
A soldering iron and solder
Step 2: Building It
Now tin the wires on the capacitor and receiver plug then solder the wires together, makeing sure not to reverse the polarity.
SOLDERING IRONS ARE HOT AND SOLDER CONTAINS LEAD SO BE CAREFUL AND USE COMMON SENSE.
Step 3: Your Done
Now plug the glitch buster into an open port in your receiver and your done.