Originally Posted by Roelof
It was waiting for that it would happen. I doubt it will add something to the perdormance of the car than only extra play on the short ball links The middle weight of the servo is still hanging on the same place.
They have made a tray to fit the servo's, receiver and transponder on, just like offroad, so with the removing of a couple of screws you are able to take out all the electronics. Could be very useful if you have to switch all the electronics in case of rain, no more dedicated radiotray just the bracket.
Also to me it looks like the entire radiotray has been lowered, which is always a good thing.
But I agree I'd rather put a low-profile servo in the car and achieve the same, then all the added links a laydown servo brings.