I've got a bit of trouble with my steering, hoping someone could shed some light.
In my TA05 I've got a Hitec HS5645MG servo. On the servo I have a Kimbrough #201 servo saver.
Now this is a pretty newly built car, was giving it a few test runs last night at a local carpark for fine adjustments - specially the steering.
I've line it up so both wheels are parallel and pointing forward as much as humanly possible. This way I can minimise the use of steering trim and have a much bigger buffer on the fly.
So all is going well, this carpark is smooth concrete, then all of a sudden my car goes over a bump, and then completely starts leaning to the left quite heavily. So much that if I trim my steering all the way to the right, it is still driving left.
To fix this I had to take off the servo saver, and reseat it. I m guessing it is because the servo saver had moved over a spline or two, but I m thinking such a bump shouldnt have caused this.
If you're still reading, sorry about the essay. My question is, what are the chances of me having a dodgy servo saver? Or a dodgy servo?
Has anyone ever received a servo saver that has lost its spring action, so when it gets hit, and moves over, instead of springing back to the centre, it just stays at that point?
It's really frustrating...