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Old 02-08-2008, 08:45 PM   #1
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I need some help on what you guys are using for the throttle and break servo horn. I purchased one but it seems short. Also the holes on the servo horn is not big enough. Looking at the ones available online all of them have small holes. Should I drill out the holes? Will this weaken the servo horn? Thanks for your help.
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Old 02-08-2008, 11:56 PM   #2
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Team Losi part number LOSA9166 is the correct servo horn for the throttle/brake...
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Old 02-09-2008, 02:37 AM   #3
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I am looking for a metal servo horn. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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Old 02-09-2008, 07:00 AM   #4
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snowboarder......losi makes an alm. one for the steering only.......we all run the stock throttle plastic horn.....i run all jr servos so the part # for the alm. steering servo horn is losa99030......if you go to the losi site you could find the part # for the other brand servo horns. hope this helps.
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Amain....Hanger 9


Pretty bold statement Anthony M "we all run the stock throttle plastic horn"..cuz its a little off.


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integra.....sorry about that.......what i ment by we are all was "me ,drake,truhe,horn,fisher,bridges and so on......hope this clear things up!

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the losi plastic horns slop out too fast....imo alluminum is the Only way to go....maby not for guys who get Brand new cars every other month....and plastic flex's period....runing 175+ oz on throttle would'nt help the situation.
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I have Hitec servos. Amain does not seem to carry the Hanger 9 horns for them. Integra did you drill out your holes to make the linkage fit on the horn?
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I have Hitec servos. Amain does not seem to carry the Hanger 9 horns for them. Integra did you drill out your holes to make the linkage fit on the horn?

ya the horn has been drilled and polished for accurate braking and throttle..same with all the rods....Amain has an assortment of throttle horns.

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im running dynamite alum. horns for thottle and steering. the steering worked out fine but i had to drill the throttle. im not too worried about it being weaker.
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