07-22-2003, 06:57 AM
Join Date: Oct 2001
Here I am again with my silly questions:
My Car 12L3, M using standard servos (9402) with Tamiya Servo Saver.
when I changed to inline steering, i have to adjust the position of my servo and the turnbuckles still touches the front upper A-arm.
So I had to change to the 0degree Camber so that the turnbuckles won't hit the A-arms.
My question is, will the inline steering compensate for the loss in steering since I removed the 10 degree camber blocks?
Will change to a smaller servo in a weeks time but I just had to do something to be able to run my 1/12
one more thing: I use CRC lower motor pods, in doing so, do I have to remove the spacers in the front (the 4 alum spacers) that supports the suspension or do I have to change the plasctic things that hold the graphite shaft? which is better
to make my car equal in ride height front to rear