Originally Posted by RoyalAirness29
Ok guys...Im this close l l to giving up on this RC hobby..
Heres the deal....after a crash my car started steering to the left...
Problems that were notifiable:
-Broken rear suspension arm
-I replaced one of the pieces that changes my camber degree in an earlier crash...So than I was running on two diff. degree set-ups so I made them both the same....
-Missing servo savers
-An finally took it to a RC Tech and he said it was my steering servo
Now!....I replaced EVERYTHING listed above...I just put in my new steering servo...Now when I give it the test to see if it steers straight after I gun it...
IT STILL STEERS LEFT!!! What the eff man!! Im seriously gonna effin bash this thing!
Could be a number of things. Did you check the hinge pin when you replaced the arm? Also when the servo was replaced are the wheels totally centered
? If not then it will pull to whichever side that it favors if not totally straight. Check and make sure nothing it tight and binding. Everything must move freely. If you wrecked it and had to replace the parts you listed, itreally needs to be put on a setup board and have all the alignment reset. Toe, ride height, droop and camber. If it is pulling to one side either it is not as straight as you think or something is binding. You need to find out which. Is there anyone that is near you that has the tools to set your car up? If so let them help you find out what the problem is. That is the only drawback to asking on the internet. We can tell you what to look for but if you don't know how exactly or don't have the right tools, the answers only get you close.
You can also adjust it a small amount on the trim on your transmitter. It should have a trim switch/button that will move the steering a small amount from one side to the other. Hope this helps! Good luck, you are on the right track.