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Old 12-21-2010, 04:25 AM
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Depending on which reciever you're running and type of setup, the losi servo horn will not clear the reciever. At least that's what i found on mine. I've got the specktrum reciever (not the mini) and the losi horn is 1mm thicker than the stock plastic one. that 1mm is about all the clearance you get. just something to check before you order.
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Old 12-21-2010, 06:12 AM
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The hudy servo horn is very thin and nice and strong I use one in my 808E and will be getting one for my 410
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Old 12-21-2010, 06:47 AM
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The hudy servo horn is very thin and nice and strong I use one in my 808E and will be getting one for my 410
Do you by any chance know if the hudy is the same thickness as the stock plastic horn?
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just my opinion but if your breaking Team Durango plastic servo horns or saver arms your servo saver is to tight and if you dont adjust when you beef up the steering system your servo or servo gears could be the next to go ...
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I have not broken anything yet. I'm just looking into possible fixes per other 410 users problems they have had.
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Old 12-21-2010, 07:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Maxxingout
Depending on which reciever you're running and type of setup, the losi servo horn will not clear the reciever. At least that's what i found on mine. I've got the specktrum reciever (not the mini) and the losi horn is 1mm thicker than the stock plastic one. that 1mm is about all the clearance you get. just something to check before you order.
Mines the opposite. My losi horn is way thinner than the Rangos. I had to add a spacer (2mm) to compensate for the thinner losi horn...
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Old 12-21-2010, 07:55 AM
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Mines the opposite. My losi horn is way thinner than the Rangos. I had to add a spacer (2mm) to compensate for the thinner losi horn...
hmmm..I bought the one linkerd to a-mains from someone here. I guess it's kind of hard to get all the right measurements all the time. which losi version did you get?
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I used one spacer on mine and it could use 1 more. But it is working fine and I do not feel like messing with it.

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Originally Posted by Maxxingout
hmmm..I bought the one linkerd to a-mains from someone here. I guess it's kind of hard to get all the right measurements all the time. which losi version did you get?
This one as well...........

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I used one spacer on mine and it could use 1 more. But it is working fine and I do not feel like messing with it.

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Originally Posted by R-E-A-P-E-R-
I used one spacer on mine and it could use 1 more. But it is working fine and I do not feel like messing with it.

Great picture. I think the reason the servo savers are breaking, is because you see where the rub mark is on his servo? Mines the same way. I think that every once in a while the servo saver work likes its supposed to, but when it seperates it whacks the ear/case on the servo. When it releases, it drops down even further.Therefore snapping..........Just a thought I had all along.........
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All I know is with the aluminum servo arm and saver I do not worry about anything breaking.
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yes the Hudy one is way thiner then the stock one but I see now it might have to be shimmed out
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I see, well i've got my rs and reciever opposite of how reaper has his. then again even if it was like his i still think i would have a issues hitting the esc then. I just think that the regular reciever is a bit to big, I should have got the mini. I guess i'll she how it does today at practice since this will be my first time out with it.
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/advanced...99032&x=11&y=8

Reaper is this the same servo horn you have on your buggy?
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
Great picture. I think the reason the servo savers are breaking, is because you see where the rub mark is on his servo? Mines the same way. I think that every once in a while the servo saver work likes its supposed to, but when it seperates it whacks the ear/case on the servo. When it releases, it drops down even further.Therefore snapping..........Just a thought I had all along.........

I agree that that is a problem with the stock servo saver. The aluminum one has clearance through the full range if steering. Picture taken with wheels full left turn.



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I am actually running the full sized RX. I just stood it up on its side. Just an idea for you.

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