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Old 02-23-2004, 11:41 AM   #286
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As soon as it is ready to ship be sure to look for a post here and on the other RC boards. The chassis is going to be made by Team Hammer Racing. I will have more pics of mine up soon.
RAYDEE:::oes Team Hammer racing have a website ??
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Old 02-23-2004, 03:37 PM   #287
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We are going to be working on one real soon!
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Old 02-23-2004, 09:41 PM   #288
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Everytime after hit on my m18, the car just won't go straight anymore. It always toward to the left. I have to re-adjust the sub trim on my transmitter. What is the problem? Is it because no servo saver?
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What servo are you using? Hitec?
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The servo from Xray Power Pack. I think its Hitec servo.
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Old 02-23-2004, 10:19 PM   #291
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It's probably the servo...they don't centre properly, makes your car wander all the time...

You have a Helios, get a Ko servo...

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First time I set everything up, my Helios is on High speed. Turn everything on, servo act weird and extremely high heat in just 1 min. Too hot to hold it on hand. After I turn my Helios to normal speed, everything works great. Just having problem after hit on car.
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First time I set everything up, my Helios is on High speed. Turn everything on, servo act weird and extremely high heat in just 1 min. Too hot to hold it on hand. After I turn my Helios to normal speed, everything works great. Just having problem after hit on car.
Are you using KO receiver? To be specific the KR301f or KR302f. You cannot use the hi speed mode with other receivers.
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I'm using KR302F.
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I'm using KR302F.
I strypped the stock servo arm so I got a Kimbrogh servo saver and installed it. I will warn that it takes a lot of trimming to use it. However, my car seems to track straighter now. I am also using a helios but an Airtronics Z receiver and Hitech servo, with an IPD R18 speedo on 6 cells this thing is fast with the stock motor I can't wait to put a mod in it. Waiting on Raydee's chassis to put more $$ into it. It's plenty fast as it is.

BTW you can use Mini T parts to make adjustable toe links for the rear, I know I did it.

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Which parts?

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ball cups, ball ends and threaded rods.
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We are going to be working on one real soon!
RAYDEE::::Are you saying you are TEAM HUMMER RACING ??
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Everytime after hit on my m18, the car just won't go straight anymore. It always toward to the left. I have to re-adjust the sub trim on my transmitter. What is the problem? Is it because no servo saver?
Your servo horn will be stripped. Email to [email protected] for advise. Or try change the servo arm for new one. If you use Hitec servo, make sure to use Hiter arm, as none of the servo horns in the kit will fit it perfectly.
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