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Old 30-07-2014
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Default H2 pro streering problem HELP please

I have had the pro for a while now everything is really good with the car build quality good the only problem i seam to be having is the steering no matter what i do there seams to be more throw one way changed servo and horn. it seams to bind up. has any one else had this problem and how did you correct it
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Old 02-08-2014
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Hello! Center everything on your radio then looking from the front of the car place the servo horn one spline to the right. Adjust the servo link to bellcrank so wheels are center, then do the radio epa if your radio has that adjustment.
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Old 02-08-2014
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thanks tried that a couple of times still not right will try up grading radio equip
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Old 06-08-2014
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I had exactly the same problem, the problem is the linkage is too long from the servo to the steering.
you need to trim it down cut maybe 5mm off each end where the turnbuckle screws in.

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Old 18-08-2014
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thanks i will try that, tried nearly every thing else was going to replace radio equip but cost is a big factor when you don't have much
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