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Old 04-30-2005, 02:08 PM   #4711
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I guess that's what I meant. I was pretty sure JR and Airtronics was 23 but it wouldn't fit.Inever thoughthe servo arm itself was wrong but I guess it makes since. Thanks for the answers,i though I was going insane.
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Old 04-30-2005, 02:12 PM   #4712
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I've not read all the posts, so forgive me if this has been asked and answered, but has anybody tried the Losi servo saver that was supplied with the xxx-s/xxx-4 kits?
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Old 04-30-2005, 02:13 PM   #4713
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Ok i need to know now!

... now im either with the FK05 or JRXS ...
I had x-ray on order back in July of 2004 and after talking with some of the people that had x-rays and looking at the price of replacement parts, I switched my order to the JRX-S.

Having only run the car in one race so far, it was worth switching and waiting.
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So what servo arm do i use with the KO? The 23 is too tight, but if i put a different one on, it is going to come off center as soon as i tap a board.....and the sock servo savers that came with the XXXS/XXX4 are going to be too thick...i think?
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Old 04-30-2005, 02:32 PM   #4715
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Buddy B- With a KO servo use the Airtronics heavy duty servo horn(the black one), Airtronics and KO use the same spline horns/savers. The part# is 99327.
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Old 04-30-2005, 02:46 PM   #4716
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They are alll black....
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Old 04-30-2005, 03:34 PM   #4717
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well i drove it.... It is really twitchy!! ive got some work to do.
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Old 04-30-2005, 03:50 PM   #4718
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I had x-ray on order back in July of 2004 and after talking with some of the people that had x-rays and looking at the price of replacement parts, I switched my order to the JRX-S.

Having only run the car in one race so far, it was worth switching and waiting.
So...you had an FK on order a year ago...but never ran one...and you use that as a basis to recommend the JRX-S over the FK05?

Personally, the cost of Xray replacement parts doesn't bother me....since I do't seem to need many at all.

There are plenty of valid reasons to look at a JRXS...just like I could give many to look at an FK05...unfortunately the info you had in July doesn't really apply to the FK05...

I am glad you are enjoying your JRXS though....there's plenty of touring car market for everyone
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Old 04-30-2005, 04:44 PM   #4719
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Hey guys,

I'm pretty sure that I'll get a JRX-S soon (to race with foams on carpet)

I was wondering if I'd have any problems with my airtronics 94357 servo?

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Buddy B- Actually Airtronics has white servo horns also, the one I am referring to is the one that is included with servo such as the 94357,94360, ect. The part # for these servo arms is Airtronics #99327. They work fine on KO servo if you cannot get the KO heavy duty servo horn. The KO servo horn is KO part #36012, I suggested the Airtronics because it's more likley for your hobby shop to have them in stock.

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tc3blue- Your 94357 servo will work just fine with no modifications required. The JRXS on carpet is DIALED!
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so I won't have any problems with the 94357 servo then?
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tc3blue- NO, You should not have any problems.
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andrew whats buddy what u up to
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