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Old 12-19-2009, 08:37 AM   #1
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ok guys, I finally got my car going. I took it for a test drive in the street, dang thing is super fast but it gets really weird. driving a straight line to set my steering it will be straight then go to the right then go the the left. pretty hard. it seems like the Futaba servo os trying to center itself on how it is acting....I am running the Futaba BLS551 servo and a Futaba 3PK....I have the remote on HRS setting. Could this be a servo problem or has anyone had this experience?
Thanks in advance for the help. All equi[ment is brand new besides the remote...
running the Fasst 2.4 ghz system also, don't know if that make a difference...
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Old 12-19-2009, 04:05 PM   #2
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Is there play on the servo saver?
check it and check if you have no problems with your radio.
It's not normal that it does that.
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Is there play on the servo saver?
check it and check if you have no problems with your radio.
It's not normal that it does that.
I didnt think about the servo saver, thanks
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too much front toe-out can cause that same problem
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i know exatcly what your problem having first you need to balance it the play with your dif setting its torque steering
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