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Old 05-08-2005, 09:45 AM   #1
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xxxnt stadium truck when driving towards me truck seems to pull to the right. what adjustment do i make? on car or radio??
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Adjust the steering trim on your transmitter.
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To be as accurate as possible.....take off your turn buckles and be sure they are exactly the same length....then re-attach them to the car, re-center your servo and horn, once that's all set, then adjust your "sub-trim" for the most precise adjustment and you'll be dialed!
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