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Old 07-06-2009, 10:20 AM   #1
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Default Question about setting up the brake and throttle arms

Well I got my Losi 2.0 RTR 8ight buggy and have managed to disassemble it all. I am waiting on a couple of pieces to arrive before re-assembling it.

In going through the guide, it is very specific on the length to make some pieces (like the length of the arm used for the steering link assembly), but it isn't so specific about the brake and throttle arms.

Is there such a thing as "centering" your brake and/or throttle servo? If not how do I know that I have it just right - not to loose and not to tight?

Thanks a lot.
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Old 07-06-2009, 10:28 AM   #2
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Hey is a link that might give you a little help on your set up http://lositechtips.blogspot.com/ also look at sec 4-10 or page 17 of the manual on the losi website.
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