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Old 09-15-2009, 08:55 PM   #1
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Hi Guys, Im new to this hobbie,and have a quick question. Im about ready to take truggy apart for thourgh cleaning. Losi 2.0 8t. Just wanted to know the esay way to disconnect the throttle servo from the carb. Ive tried twisting and pulling and the darn thing just dosnt want to pop off. Any tricks? Thanks Rick
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Pliers and press down.
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Old 09-15-2009, 09:11 PM   #3
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Hi Guys, Im new to this hobbie,and have a quick question. Im about ready to take truggy apart for thourgh cleaning. Losi 2.0 8t. Just wanted to know the esay way to disconnect the throttle servo from the carb. Ive tried twisting and pulling and the darn thing just dosnt want to pop off. Any tricks? Thanks Rick
i use a small pair of needle nose pliers ,put between the ball and cup squeeze lightley and turn ,should pop off...
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twist it upwards or downwards, exposing the face of the 'ball' slowly until it pops off
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