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Old 04-27-2012, 05:25 AM   #1
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Default East to west servo mounts.

With all the manufactures putting a extra nub of carbon to hold the servo in touring cars,then advising people to cut it off as it is tweaking the chassis or rubbing the floor, If this is the case it is a design fault.
I have seen some manufactures have designed a bracket to go over the servo to hold it in place,and charging 16 to 17 for it, this does not seem right to me but what do you think??.
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Old 04-29-2012, 03:56 AM   #2
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Yes having these lugs sticking out is stupid, racers realised this with the original Yokomo BD 7 years ago, but the manufacturers are slow to catch on.

Have a look at the Kyosho TF6, they've got it right. Serpent have done something similar for the S411, as have Reflex Dynamics with their TC6 chassis conversion. Its not hard, just takes a touch more effort.
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