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When you buy a new servo for your throttle

Old 03-01-2009, 06:13 PM
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do you have to buy all new linkage?
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no, but different servos have different tooth counts on the top gear..

i.e. futaba horn wont fit an airtronics servo

if you're using plastic horns, there are some little adapters that you can use to fit any servo
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Originally Posted by Dvx400Rider View Post
do you have to buy all new linkage?
what car do you have most of the new truggy and buggy kits come with adapters for the stock linkage to work with almost every servo out there.
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:41 PM
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what car do you have most of the new truggy and buggy kits come with adapters for the stock linkage to work with almost every servo out there.
A hellfire.
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