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Old 07-24-2014, 07:45 AM   #6271
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What speed does everyone run their servo at on the controller? i have mine down to 55 because it gets too twitchy any higher. I run a Futaba 4pls.

I think I can safely say everyone is going to tell you they don't adjust servo speed on the radio. I don't know of anyone who does in fact.
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Old 07-24-2014, 07:48 AM   #6272
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imo, once you get under a .09 speed, it becomes a bit much. The only car I ever slowed down was the sc10 4x4, because it was shit to drive with anything under .2 speed, lol
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Old 07-24-2014, 08:22 AM   #6273
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why would you not use adjustments if they may help your driving? I use servo speed control all the time.. not as much in electric but in gas.. I limit my servo speed for throttle in 1/8 and 1/10 gas as its way smoother. steering is no different.. if your using a super fast servo and not getting the fast laps you like as you have to baby the steering the slow it down and try it.

on high bite tracks its not as big of a deal.. but on a loose track where everyone is looking for traction then it may just give you an advantage.
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Old 07-24-2014, 08:26 AM   #6274
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why would you not use adjustments if they may help your driving? I use servo speed control all the time.. not as much in electric but in gas.. I limit my servo speed for throttle in 1/8 and 1/10 gas as its way smoother. steering is no different.. if your using a super fast servo and not getting the fast laps you like as you have to baby the steering the slow it down and try it.

on high bite tracks its not as big of a deal.. but on a loose track where everyone is looking for traction then it may just give you an advantage.
been a while since I ran low bite, but yeah I used to use it a little. mostly used expo though, but when I ran nitro I did all sorts of radio tuning. I only run high bite now, so I have found little reason to de-tune my car.
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Old 07-24-2014, 08:29 AM   #6275
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Instead of reducing Expo for less steering ?
Reduce the steering EPA
Run the Expo at 100%
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Old 07-24-2014, 08:39 AM   #6276
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hey there wc I a bad boy no 44.3 for me I got a drango 410 v 3 kit used
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Old 07-24-2014, 09:11 AM   #6277
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Oohhhhhh Myyyyyy does this look good! B5M Finnisher.
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yeah, it looks good. that will probably be my next MM body. I like how Spencer is now the poster boy, lol
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Spencer's future is a very good one I bet...he is as fast as ****!
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I just bought aluminum rear hubs. Does anyone know the part number for the 8mm ball studs?
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why would you not use adjustments if they may help your driving? I use servo speed control all the time.. not as much in electric but in gas.. I limit my servo speed for throttle in 1/8 and 1/10 gas as its way smoother. steering is no different.. if your using a super fast servo and not getting the fast laps you like as you have to baby the steering the slow it down and try it.

on high bite tracks its not as big of a deal.. but on a loose track where everyone is looking for traction then it may just give you an advantage.
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I always run full lock to lock steering and no speed reduction because you want your servo to react as it was designed to.
Your setup may be why it is too twitchy easiest way to get rid of some twitchyness is to run toe out or even toe in in some cases that is just one way to get rid of it there are so many to change that
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I just bought aluminum rear hubs. Does anyone know the part number for the 8mm ball studs?
rc10.com complete part list and numbers there
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That body does look good but I'm still a little partial to the Silencer. I may just have to have both for some variety.
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I just bought aluminum rear hubs. Does anyone know the part number for the 8mm ball studs?
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