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Old 08-02-2019, 07:39 AM
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Originally Posted by G-rem View Post
Hi there,

Can someone please tell me the outer diameter of the shock body ? And the inner diameter of the shock spring, please ?

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not sure the size but a standard touring car spring will fit

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Thanks Alex, this was the subliminal question behind my previous post !
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Finally getting around to building up the IF11 I have, did anyone else have issues with the servo fitting?? I am using a Spektrum S6240 that is under the max depth of 11mm (it's only like 9.7mm), and the kit supplied servo saver still hits the side of the "monocoque".

Just wondering what you did if there was an issue, I don't want to start whittling away on it as I know that a regular low profile servo "should" fit fine. anyway, will mess with it again tonight, was just wondering if anybody had the same issue with the initial build.
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Originally Posted by aracefan View Post
Finally getting around to building up the IF11 I have, did anyone else have issues with the servo fitting?? I am using a Spektrum S6240 that is under the max depth of 11mm (it's only like 9.7mm), and the kit supplied servo saver still hits the side of the "monocoque".

Just wondering what you did if there was an issue, I don't want to start whittling away on it as I know that a regular low profile servo "should" fit fine. anyway, will mess with it again tonight, was just wondering if anybody had the same issue with the initial build.
for me I don't use the stock servo saver because he come loose quick I prefer my modified Xray servo saver

and for the servo saver I have the same issue with the stock servo saver ... I forget the screw and I do 2 race day without it !!
if you will stick with the stock one you can sand the plastic post a bit and the servo saver face too to have a bit clearance

I suggest you when you screw the lower arms change the screw for the longest a s possible.... the stock screw have the correct leight if you dont use the 3mm shims under arms and if you use the shim add 3mm on the screw too !!! if you broke a lower arms the screw can pop up and strip the plastic tread on a hard crash and scrap the monococ lower parts

i highly recommand that parts for the IF11 its a must have !!!

https://gripworksrc.com/collections/...mm-2mm-3mm-5mm
https://gripworksrc.com/collections/...stiffener-if11
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Originally Posted by Quinny45 View Post
for me I don't use the stock servo saver because he come loose quick I prefer my modified Xray servo saver

and for the servo saver I have the same issue with the stock servo saver ... I forget the screw and I do 2 race day without it !!
if you will stick with the stock one you can sand the plastic post a bit and the servo saver face too to have a bit clearance

I suggest you when you screw the lower arms change the screw for the longest a s possible.... the stock screw have the correct leight if you dont use the 3mm shims under arms and if you use the shim add 3mm on the screw too !!! if you broke a lower arms the screw can pop up and strip the plastic tread on a hard crash and scrap the monococ lower parts

i highly recommand that parts for the IF11 its a must have !!!

https://gripworksrc.com/collections/...mm-2mm-3mm-5mm
https://gripworksrc.com/collections/...stiffener-if11
Thanks, man, I'll order those from Alex in the next day or two... Appreciate the quick advice!!

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