Centering servo and place a horn 90deg were done and have been like that since I built TC6.
Steering has been adjusted by EPA and Trim and I have been happy
But since I am so OTAKU and start to look for some inperfections and am confused.
When steering angle are equal right to left, should servo horn travel right to left be equal as well?
When X=Y, should n=m like n:m=x:y ? otherwise steering angle is equal right to left but travel time could differ right to left in steering.
I probably should shut and practice but am quite busy n hard to find time to hit track so I have more time poking my car on desk
Thanks for all your help!
Think of it like this.... If your front tires are aimed straight ahead. The two turnbuckles that go to the casters should be the same length. Your servo horn should be perpendicular to the ground (pointing straight up). The linkange from the servo horn should be parallel to the center line of the car.
And the servo saver should be parallel to the ground and At a right angle to the center line of th car. Please post a picture of your steering!!!
Look at page 9 of your instruction manual. Your turnbuckle should be in almost all the way in the eyelets. Get your calipers and measure the distance between the eyelets. If you dont have calipers, use the manual and put your turnbuckle against it on the manual. This will get you close enough.
Another thing...your servo horn is NOT going to be perpendicular to the chassis. Its going to lean a little towards the rear of the car.
The best way to get it centered is to attach the servo horn and turnbuckle to your servo saver. Center the wheels (point them straight). Hook up your radio. Turn it on and center the servo. Then attach your servo horn to the servo with the wheels pointing straight.
Im surprised your turnbuckle isnt rubbing up against the bottom of the top deck?
Today I went to the track and I "only" broke one outdrive of the spool (which I didnt have in spare ), but switched to the one of the TC6. Car was great, really great in the corners and is really 'crash' proof