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Old 10-08-2010, 10:27 PM
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Is anyone else destroying servo savers? I've been playing nice with it and I've breaking them pretty easy. It's always the servo mount side of it. I just need the part in aluminum and this car would be solid.
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Old 10-08-2010, 10:36 PM
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Originally Posted by aradaiel
Is anyone else destroying servo savers? I've been playing nice with it and I've breaking them pretty easy. It's always the servo mount side of it. I just need the part in aluminum and this car would be solid.
I broke 3 of them because my steering plate was binding up. Havent had much time with it since I changed it but I'm pretty sure that was the reason it kept breaking. Does your steering move free or is it tight?
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Old 10-08-2010, 10:41 PM
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I dont know why you guys are having issues... that makes no sense. Are you guys building the bearing part's loose?
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Old 10-08-2010, 10:54 PM
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The manual setting is too tight, IMO.
Start with the servo saver almost sloppy loose, then tighten it a bit at a time, between laps, until you remove the slack. Never too tight. The saver is already a weak part, so no need to help it break by over tightening. Then add a drop of thread lock to the nut, and forget it.
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Old 10-09-2010, 12:36 AM
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I started putting my buggy together and was surprised to see no seal between the diff and the gear , like 1/8 buggies have . Do the diffs hold the fluid well ?
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Old 10-09-2010, 03:35 AM
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If you spent ANY time reading this thread you wod see that they do leak. Kyosho P6 orings fix the issue
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Old 10-09-2010, 04:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
If you spent ANY time reading this thread you wod see that they do leak. Kyosho P6 orings fix the issue
are you sure about the P6 orings?

I was told to get KYOORG05 P5 orange orings!

waiting for some confirmation and part number.

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I wan to say it was posted 5-6 pages ago... But I was pretty sure it was P6. I would search but my iPhone isn't very conducive to that. Hell, it doesn't even like to do this lol
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
I wan to say it was posted 5-6 pages ago... But I was pretty sure it was P6. I would search but my iPhone isn't very conducive to that. Hell, it doesn't even like to do this lol
no worries haha

I got that part number off oople.
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Originally Posted by hacker
no worries haha

I got that part number off oople.
Where on oople did you find it ?

I went back 20 pages on this thread and did not see it posted .

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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
I dont know why you guys are having issues... that makes no sense. Are you guys building the bearing part's loose?
I recently joined this thread and not going to read 156 pages . found them posted on page 131 !

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Old 10-09-2010, 07:24 AM
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Originally Posted by hacker
are you sure about the P6 orings?

I was told to get KYOORG05 P5 orange orings!

waiting for some confirmation and part number.

thanks
Ihave been using the kyosho p5 without issues and yes despite no gasket the diff does not leak.
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Originally Posted by fifi
For diff leaking, I replaced the black o ring with some kyosho

Kyosho Silicone O-Ring Set (P5/Orange) (10) [KYOORG05]

2 races and some practice no leak since.
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I wan to say it was posted 5-6 pages ago... But I was pretty sure it was P6. I would search but my iPhone isn't very conducive to that. Hell, it doesn't even like to do this lol
told ya, it was P5. Not saying the P6 wont work, but I gather the P5 would be of smaller inner diameter, hence a tighter fit! Assuming anyway.
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Originally Posted by rfleck
Ihave been using the kyosho p5 without issues and yes despite no gasket the diff does not leak.
thanks, P5 it is then
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I hope my LHS has them as every web store I checked they are back ordered .
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