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Old 01-03-2005, 08:31 AM   #11476
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Old 01-03-2005, 08:38 AM   #11477
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Looks like a Rayspeed converted SD
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any ideas where I can find the standard/world set up for the SDW?

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Old 01-03-2005, 09:29 AM   #11479
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Who makes the blue aluminuim shock mounts from the shock tower?
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Thanks. It looks like you are using the Keyence ESC. I have a Keyence but for some unknown reason it would just shut down during the middle of a race???

Anyway, I just got a Novak GTX, and I want to be able to mount all of the electronics on the chassis (I have the CGM), except the personal transponder. I see that your Rx is mounted on the servo.
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Old 01-03-2005, 09:45 AM   #11481
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Hi Dan,

Those are from Square R/C, and they sell the FL (Flourine) coated bottom shock mount as well.

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Old 01-03-2005, 10:15 AM   #11482
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hey,

i have a cgm and havent really had much trouble mounting it all in.
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Old 01-03-2005, 10:37 AM   #11484
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Just want to know why you didn't mount the ball stud on your servo saver to the front, making the steering link straight?
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What's the advantage of mounting the link that way? Also the kit length for that rod is supposed to be 47.5 mm if I put the linkage as shown in your picture what length would it then have to be without having to mover the servo saver around on the servos spline?
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maybe i'm wrong, but won't the wheels turn a different amount when turning left and right??????
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When i tried to mount the steering like that on my CGM the steering linkage just totally rubbed the shaft, about 3mm too low. Also tried longer ball stud and servoarm but it still rubbed...
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ok 1st of all

i havent mounted the ball stuf on the other side because im lazy i built the car how it should be and then decided to put the link going across the top and cant be botherd to take the servo out to swap the ball stud around.

as for the length leave the servo horn in the same place and keep on making the link longer until it is the right length, not hard.

yeah it may give you differnt amounts of steering left to right how it is at the moment but that has been sorted out on my transmitter so it doesnt really matter.

to make it stop rubbing i used a differnt turnbuckle that was alot longer and the ball stud that is on the steering crank is the one that was used on the servo horn for the ssg being longer.

another reason i did this is because it gets rid of abit of the play in the steering aswell as it seeming a more natural place to be.

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What's the advantage of mounting the link that way? Also the kit length for that rod is supposed to be 47.5 mm if I put the linkage as shown in your picture what length would it then have to be without having to mover the servo saver around on the servos spline?
why so picky with lenghts. how do you think they got the link length that is in the manual? By testing it.

just make the link longer untill it is th right length and you should have no problems
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