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Old 04-07-2014, 07:38 PM   #1
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So tonight I was driving my sakura d3 cs and it slid inyo a chair and messed the servo up.. changed it out for another servo in my hpi nitro and the turning isnt as sharp.. so I ordered another tower hobbies servo.. comes with universal arms to change out.. but how do I get the new arms back on? Seems like the hole is to small for the splines.
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There are different spline sizes. 25,24, and 23 tooth to be exact. Make sure you are using the one that matches your servo.
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Yes its the same arm that came off the servo and wont go back on..
What servos do yall usually run? That has a great turning radius.. my note 2 wont ket me search the forums.

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Servos usually have a 60 degree left 60 degree right speed, or 120 in all.
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ill take pics of full turns tonight and see if they seem right.. like i said im new to this hobby so im kinda walking in blind as a bat. and thanks panda for helping me.
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