Originally Posted by protc3
That is more than enogh steering throw. If you want more you can use the rear holes in the servo mount where it mounts to the chassis and run the ballstuds on the back of the servo saver. This will make the turnbuckles dead straight when looking down from the top of the car.
ok thanks i will run it as is.
moving on i have a couple more (hopefully last) assembly questions.
the instructions indicate that setting the 'overall shock length' to 66mm should provide 1.5mm droop. if i install the front shock support 1 hole fwd from the most aft position (see pic below) then i need to make the shock length 69mm (center to center of ball cups) to get 0.0 droop.
if i move the fwd shock support to most aft location then i get shock length to droop setttings more like the instrctions but then it looks like there is a battery clearance problem.
so is 69mm the right length?(use a longer ball cup) or should i raise (shim) the ball stud on the front mount?
also regarding battery packs, it looks like the battery packs are one piece, (ie not saddle packs with a center jumper wire.
if so, then is it std practice to remove the shock to get batteries in and out?
thanks again for your patience and attention.