Some may have experienced to many problems with stripping belts as I did.
Last weeks I am building up a new car and I want to share my solution on this problem what I have built on previous cars as well.
A view on the short middle shaft of a MRX4 and front belt.
On the radio tray I placed a holder with a belt tensioner. It is not realy tensioning the belt but it keeps the belt around the small 16t pulley so the belt will keep grip on more teeth of the pulley as the drawing shows in the upper left corner. Believe me, with this you can do ages with a belt.
The problem is that the belt will rubb the servosaver. You can grind away some material from the saver but I did lower it by some mm.
I just did take off some material from the underside of the saver and moved the bearing inside the saver. On top there is a spacer.
Now I am busy showing my car, my hom made exhaust cooler:
And the car
Wth Savox servo's and all silicone wirering.