Originally posted by BIBOY
and also my right turning radius was smaller so i tried adjusting the servo throw but still it did the same thing... so i just wanna find out what would be the best things to check on this?
Consider the following as last option you will check to remedy the problem after you making sure both front and rear upper bearing block are screwed firmly to its bottom part and holding all the eccentric bearing housing firmly as well,
In case you found out that turning radius for left and right is different while the steering linkage (from servo saver to knuckles) are both already in the same length, what you need to do is to adjust the servo linkage (from servo horn to servo saver). Do not follow the manual length measurement, different brand of servo will sit differently. Just make sure when looking at the car (front of car facing you), the servo saver is in its center of chassis, then adjust the servo linkage until you get same maximum steering throw for both left and right (remember, steering linkage measurement must be the same). The use of around 3x15mm droop screw style is very useful for this matter to get shorter length without the need of cutting those plastic ball cups shorter.