Originally Posted by swannco
check the bottom of the box. mine rolled up under the lip at the bottom and I had to shake it loose. its clear and very hard to see, but its probably there. if not, u can buy one for about 50 cents at any hobby shop. u could probably run for awhile with the antennae wire just laying in the bottom of the tub, just be careful not to damage it until u can get a replacement tube.
my stock tires lasted 2 days, now i'm looking for replacements that come w/ foam inserts.
maybe i can find somebody to tell me a good brand that lasts longer. premounted/glued would be cool, cause my glue skills r lame.
haha yeah I found it there.. good call
hmm 2 days for tires?? I just cemented them onto the rims kind of... is that okay for changing them? I guess I could rip em off ?
Let me know where you you buy your tires from... I also want quality tires!
I have another problem!
I installed the servo and screwed it all in.. but I didn't read the part where it says the servo should be in neutral
.. so I'm not sure if it is..
In my manual it says this:
"when yo uinstall a servo, always check to be sure the servo is at its neutral position. adjust the servo horn hole position and linkage (?) so both are parallel
. when a servo saver is used, place it as close to center position as possible. be sure the steering trim on the transmitter is at the neutral position"
So... I don't really understand what Steering Trim is exactly.. but I guess my s.trim just needs to be calibrated correctly and it's easier if the servo is in the neutral position so I don't have to adjust my s.trim???
can someone explain how to test if my servo is set up correctly and if I don't need to unscrew it all and change it? thanks