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Old 03-24-2010, 01:35 AM   #5116
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i wanted to post some pics of my car.
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Old 03-24-2010, 05:31 AM   #5117
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i wanted to post some pics of my car.
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I can see from the second photo that the steering servo is quite too outward. You should move it inward by changing the spacers on the servo holder

It helps you to have a better balance of the car (wieghts nearer to the centerline) and a better steer linkage setting
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:40 AM   #5118
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I can see from the second photo that the steering servo is quite too outward. You should move it inward by changing the spacers on the servo holder

It helps you to have a better balance of the car (wieghts nearer to the centerline) and a better steer linkage setting
thank you for saying that it would explain why from time to time why the servo are gets stuck against the chase if the car when i make a tight right turn.
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Old 03-24-2010, 01:02 PM   #5119
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thank you for saying that it would explain why from time to time why the servo are gets stuck against the chase if the car when i make a tight right turn.


You can find the complete explanation at the page 25 of the NT1 Instruction Manual

The clearance between the servo arm and the front middle shaft should be at least 1mm (on your car you have more than 5mm I think)

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which ko propo servos are good for the nt1 st and th thanks
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Old 03-24-2010, 07:03 PM   #5121
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which ko propo servos are good for the nt1 st and th thanks
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Old 03-24-2010, 07:09 PM   #5122
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which ko propo servos are good for the nt1 st and th thanks
Ralph suggested the KO 2367 for steering and the KO 2368 for throttle (because it is a little slower)
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Old 03-24-2010, 07:35 PM   #5123
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i was thinking about using a low profile or mid profile for the st any input on those
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Hello from France,

Ko 2413 = low profile
Sanwa SDX801 = low profil

best offer for the moment:
Sav˘x 1251

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Is anyone tried LiFe battery pack on 2010.
I'm thinking to order this one http://www.rc-toro.com/product_info....oducts_id=1666 , but not sure if it will fit since I don't have the car yet.
This is the size Size: 85x30x17.5mm
Do I still need a voltage regulator (standard 4.8/6V servos) for the LiFe , or I can run staight to the receiver?
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Is anyone tried LiFe battery pack on 2010.
I'm thinking to order this one http://www.rc-toro.com/product_info....oducts_id=1666 , but not sure if it will fit since I don't have the car yet.
This is the size Size: 85x30x17.5mm
Do I still need a voltage regulator (standard 4.8/6V servos) for the LiFe , or I can run staight to the receiver?
it fits fine and no regulator needed.
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Does anyone know what is the actual diameter of the Hudy setup tools? I want to adjust my ride height with them.
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Does anyone know what is the actual diameter of the Hudy setup tools? I want to adjust my ride height with them.
They are 63mm if I'm not mistaken.

I always use the setup tools to setup ride height. Pretty much always run 7mm in the front and 6mm in the rear in the setup tools. I never adjust ride height according to tire diameter. This way you always have the same camber, droop and stuff.
Makes setting up a car a lot easier.
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Yeah, thats the point. If so, I will prefer 8mm front and 7mm rear, or maybe 9/8 with lower downstop, because we have bumpy and big tracks with high tire wear.

Another thing; when your rear tires wear down, and you end up with very little ride height at rear(like 2-3mm), how does your car react compared to before?
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