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Old 30-05-2016
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Just wondering what most people are doing on 2wd in terms of balancing sharpness of steering with a little flex to protect the servo. I know a lot of folk are gluing down the servo saver, but where's the flex? Are folk sticking with the plastic servo horns?
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There is a bit of bend in the steering rack too but I just use the plastic servo horn.
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I use the Team C alloy servo horn and steering servo saver. The main flex is the Ackerman plate. I'm going to look into designing and making one out of carbon when I get chance.
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I use the Team C alloy servo horn and steering servo saver. The main flex is the Ackerman plate. I'm going to look into designing and making one out of carbon when I get chance.
Good shout Chris let me know when you do !!
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