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Old 01-16-2008, 09:23 PM   #1
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hey guys i got my dx 2 for the TT01 and its my first car soo...

i am reading the manual, for the tt01 and it shows the tamiya servo, and putting the servo parts on....

http://www.hobbylink.com.sg/ProductP...ts/DX2spek.JPG

so do i take off that white cross thing to put on the parts???

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Old 01-16-2008, 10:29 PM   #2
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you you are right, you have to use the servo that include in the tt-01 package.
but in my own experience its better to buy good "servo saver" instead of using the tamiya stock servo saver.

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umm, you mean i cant use the servo that came with my radio...

that cost me 170 bucks!

or do you meani take off the servo horn and put the parts from the kit onto my servo?
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yes just put the servo saver that came with the kit . should be fine .. as stated by squad car .. im sure he was just suggesting up grading the servo saver ...
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yes just put the servo saver that came with the kit . should be fine .. as stated by squad car .. im sure he was just suggesting up grading the servo saver ...
mb racer is 100% right! sorry I'm not very good in explaining things


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alright sweet so i just take off the horn on the servo and put on the tamiya parts

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