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Old 03-29-2009, 12:33 AM   #1
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Default Hitec Servo Horn On losi 2.0 Throttle And Break Linkage

So I blew out my throttle/break servo and I am replacing with a hitec 7955.

My problem. The servo Horns that come with the Hitec dont seem to have a good fit on the linkage. Of course I am just eyeing it at this point.

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#1 Try to use the servo horn that came with the hitec that has the direct horn fit to the top of the metal servo post

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#2 I have the losi plastic geared caps (Yellowish White) that come with the
losi 2.0 linkage. They dont seem to fit perfect (a little tight) and use the original servo horn that fits onto the caps from losi?
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Use this for the steering http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/25150 and use the white plastic adapter that comes with the Truggy/Buggy and the Losi servo arm from Losi not the Hitec ones for the throttle.
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Use this for the steering http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/25150 and use the white plastic adapter that comes with the Truggy/Buggy and the Losi servo arm from Losi not the Hitec ones for the throttle.
The link you provided is for steering. I am good on my steering. My post was about the throttle and break.
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The link you provided is for steering. I am good on my steering. My post was about the throttle and break.

I guess I didn't explain it clear enough. I said to use the white adapter that came with the 2.0 http://www.losi.com/Products/Default...rodID=LOSA9167 then put the throttle arm on the servo with the adapter.
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dishsoap...use the losi stuff.....find the horn that fits...Press it on and forget about it.
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