Originally posted by wyd
For the steering you need to flop you alum. steering arms and move the servo to the other side. I used ShoeGoo to hold the servo once I had everything lined up. Once you move the servo then the speedo will fit beside the servo and and receiver will fit in that area behind then battery once you get that trusty Dremel tool out and open it up some.
One time, I tried the following. I cut the the mounting tabs off the servo then glued (rubber cement) it on a piece of PCB. Then I servo-taped the ESC right next to the servo on one side then the receiver on the other side. I stood the receiver on its side to make the assembly narrower. I then taped the assembly on the chassis. I had to ditch this approach though after just racing this once. The pcb was torn off FRP chassis. Should have glued it in the first place
Now I am using a saddle pack chassis but can't do the same because there are holes on the spot under where the servo mounts to. I might try doing this again but instead of using tape, I might use two screws and an aluminum mounting post as a nut to hold the entire PCB. I won't be able to cut the mounting tabs this time