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Old 08-09-2007, 01:45 PM   #1
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my inferno can turn right ok, but its left turn is like twice the diameter of the right, ok maybe not that much but a lot and it is very annoying and has caused me to crash a few times, how can i fix it?
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Check your servo , make sure it is centered properly,then check you radio settings ie epa and steering trim.
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You also might have stripped the servo arm as well if you crashed it quite a bit.
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did you check your radio yet?
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dont know how your inferno is setup but check the servo saver also.
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it isnt the trim, i tightened the servo saver a bit but i dont know how it helps, can someone tell me what it does ad what tighter or looser affects? im not sure if the servo is off centered if it is how can i fix it? also the arm is not stripped, all the radio settings are good.
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try centering your servo saver,,, first try neutralizing all settings on your transmitter,,, then try to center the servo saver while it is turned on this is to make sure that you will not accidentally rotate servo position while installing servo saver play close attention on the front wheels while doing this, they should'nt too much far off than looking forward,,, if this doesnt work,,, try checking your servo you might have broken gears,, two ways to check is you can try rotating it left to right right to left i'm sure you'd be able to tell if the gears are broken are not,,, another way is to open the servo just remove the four screws at the back it should pop open instantly.
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