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Old 06-08-2008, 11:38 PM   #1
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Need some help from any Pede owners: I do a lot of practice in a baseball infield making lots of L turns and power slides. After awhile, my steering goes away and my 3s Lipo powered Pede will only make L turns and not drive straight. I need to remove and recenter the steer servo to make it go straight again. Is this a common problem, If not, how can I repair this?
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new servo saver. or your output shaft on servo is bad.
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I encounter that problem every other time i drive my stampede, and i'm not driving it that hard. Perhaps a tiny dot of CA between the servo shaft, and the saver would help.

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Thanks hey, for all the great tips and info! Talked w/Traxxas today and they are sending another servo/servo saver. They suspect maybe bad splines in the servo or who knows what else?
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