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Old 02-15-2005, 02:08 PM   #1
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Default Recommended servo saver adjustments

So I was browsing the off-road forum, and heard someone talking about servo saver settings. This got me thinking about what went into my steering linkage, so I took a closer look and... duh, I've got a (rather stiff) servo saver on my touring car as well.

So, do you guys adjust for anything other than the most rigid steering you can get? Obviously you want it far stiffer than an off-road car so the car goes exactly where you want it. But, I have experienced problems where after running over a pebble on the ground or into a wall, the steering's off a level or two (digital trim) for a few seconds, then it corrects itself. I always wondered why until it clicked; the servo saver's shifting and takes a few seconds/turns to zero again. So, given this, should I soften the servo saver so it zeroes faster? Should I just not run into walls ?
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Old 02-15-2005, 09:37 PM   #2
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yea. you shouldnt hit walls lol. but for onroad my servosaver is tight. if it doesn pop out it takes zero time to 'shift bak to center'. but then again my servo is cheap. standard,.
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