Sorry JB but,
Total waste of time and postage.😲
1. The Mtroniks ESC and your TX appear to be working as advertise
If you arbitrarily reverse the servo
output at the TX then you must tell the ESC that, i.e. go through the Mtroniks setup process again.
2. if the whole thing works just fine with the servo
on the TX set to reverse - so what? Why mess about and waste money?
There seems to be no particular standard for what is 'Normal' or 'Reverse' between manufacturers.
I have noticed this phenomenon with several manufacturers.
In particular between older 40MHz sets and 2.4Gig sets of recent Eastern
I just set the TX switch
es so that everything works the way I want and 'Bob's yer Uncle, Fanny's yer Aunt'. I really don't care if it's 'Normal' or 'Reversed' - "If it works - DON'T FIX IT!!"
Whatever, I would be MOST interested in Mtroniks response. I don't believe there is anything wrong with the ESC.😉
Please post their answer 👍
And yes, I have several Viper Marines in operation with no problems. Just follow the instructions
as John posted above, and IF you change anything at the TX - TELL THE ESC!!
Good luck, Doug 😎