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Old 02-02-2009, 11:40 AM   #16
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Some parts of that radio tray addendum are more important than others. Yes, you want it to be as straight as possible at idle, but having it as straight as possible at full throw is more important. Check it with the carb open and see how it looks, adjust if needed. If you haven't already, Dremel the top center diff mount so you can rotate the carb more.

Next, be sure the throttle linkage is parallel to the servo case. Rotate the throttle ballstud until it is. And then be sure that at WOT you can still pull the carb 1 mm or so by hand. I also run my brake side linkage a little loose so it doesn't bind under braking.
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