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Old 11-26-2011, 01:12 PM   #1
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Default Tamiya 1/10 FF01 steering issues carsons Audi tt

Hi guys Im new to these forums.

I have had my tamiya ff01 Audi Tt carsons edition for over 11 years now and it's been sat in its box for that long, I got it out recently as I decided to get back into it. Everything worked fine, ran it for a bit hit a curb and broke a hub knuckle.

Ordered a TA03 hub knuckle as I am lead to believe the same as well as a new set of 1510 hop up bearings just to freshen it up as they have been stood so long.

Recieved it all today, fitted it all fine but how the car veers off eraticaly and won't stay in a straight line, I have tried changing the settings on the controler but it's not a case of its just going left or right, it just seems to randomly go where it wants.

Before changing these parts it was fine, can anyone help because I want to get it running again thanks all
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Old 11-27-2011, 04:37 AM   #2
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Have you checked binding in the steering?

disconnect the servo and make sure the hub is free and light to turn.
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