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Old 11-08-2012, 01:09 PM   #541
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Ok... I have to ask... How do you remove the 113 servo saver with out it blowing apart? I have gone though a number of them then trying to remove it to make a small adjustment to center it on the servo... I'm so glad I ordered a hand full of them... I'm going thought them like skittles. How do they hold up in a crash?
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:13 PM   #542
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I found the 113 fits pretty tight on the JR 3650s... I was able to get them on/off a number of times without damaging the saver or the splines, though. Just need some patience and a flat-head screwdriver to help pry it off.

On the Airtronics 94761, the 113 fits MUCH looser. Mine barely needs any tugging and it pops right off.
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I found the 113 fits pretty tight on the JR 3650s... I was able to get them on/off a number of times without damaging the saver or the splines, though. Just need some patience and a flat-head screwdriver to help pry it off.

On the Airtronics 94761, the 113 fits MUCH looser. Mine barely needs any tugging and it pops right off.
On my Air it is very very tight.... It seem like if you breath on it wrong (the 113) it blows apart.... I think once the screw is tight, it holds everything together.... I'm currently at 16 to the left on the trim, but I think I will leave it ... not sure if I can get a spline out of it to zero....
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:23 PM   #544
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Use a set of body scissors. Open them up and put the spline of the servo in between like you are going to cut it off. Pry up.

Use sub trim to center your saver, not trim.
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:25 PM   #545
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Use a set of body scissors. Open them up and put the spline of the servo in between like you are going to cut it off. Pry up.

Use sub trim to center your saver, not trim.
Thanks... great idea....
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:28 PM   #546
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See.... I'm not that bad after all.
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See.... I'm not that bad after all.
My nipples where over sentive over the build....
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My nipples where over sentive over the build....
Mario's are always that way....
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Old 11-08-2012, 03:16 PM   #549
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After what i have seen today in crc customer service ,there is no doubt in my mind i went with the right brand and will wait as long as i need to (within reason) to get my new kit ......Thanks for the pm crc !
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It is together!!!!!! Now I can cut back on my Xanax.... While until I put in the track....
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Hi guys,

First off, thanks for the support and thanks for your patience. We were caught off guard a bit on the popularity of the Xti. Worldwide the car is in high demand and we are cranking up production as hard as we can.

We did recently send a bunch of cars to Horizon, so if your dealer has a backorder in with Horizon, they should receive their order soon. Also, keep checking with horizonhobby.com as well as some of the large mail order shops, as again we filled their backorders as well. While we have not fully caught up, we made a big dent last week. More on the way soon, CNC's are running and we are packing.

Andrew - thanks for the support here on R/C Tech giving a hand to some of the guys. Appreciate your assistance. Also, be aware that GP does not carry the CRC line, it must have been Horizon online that you were looking at.

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Thank you.I hope my post didn't come across as upset. Yep, the GP was a typo, it was Horizon. Thanks again.
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Old 11-08-2012, 07:19 PM   #552
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Can't tell if I like the wires under, not sure if they are will cause a problem with the rear pod.... but here she is....
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If you move your pod left to right and forward to back and they touch go over. Most likely somewhere it will rub and going over will leave the car free in the back without binding
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If you move your pod left to right and forward to back and they touch go over. Most likely somewhere it will rub and going over will leave the car free in the back without binding
Thanks... they do touch, so over it is...

My Mother-In-Law's dog really hates this car... back to having fun with both of them.... I do not think you will here them scream in Westmont.... but if you do....
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if your just running 17.5 or 13.5 you should put TQ wire 13AWG or 16AWG on that speedo instead of that 12AWG. That wire may cause tweaking on the pod of the car.
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