to Bruce with setup information and much patience when getting this car together and putting my mind at ease with regards what appeared to be a problem.
Now onto the tricky/picky question (well it might be
) as I bolt everything to the chassis.
The steering servo is 3/4 mm off center so I assume that to compensate one steering link will need to be that much longer?
However the same side that needs to be longer also has a steering arm that is 1/4 mm toeing out on its front edge.
So the question is would the rod need to be 3/4 longer or would I add the 1/4 mm making it 1 mm to compensate or seeing how as the rear of both arms are the same distance in from the side of the chassis that only the 3/4 mm is needed?
This question brought to you from the "The straighter I can get it the less trim I need to use" department.
Also do not give this man a dial vernier caliper ever again.
Well this is RC "tech" after all.
Edit: Unrelated, is it normal for the steering linkage to angle downwards and back from the servo saver to the steering hub (if it would make a difference I can mount the studs facing backwards but then they would be angling forwards and down slightly)?
The servo is a JR Z3550 if that helps.
To have to raise the servo on shims to clear the deck?
To have to shave the corner of the right arm slightly so the sevo doesn't hit it?