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Old 03-16-2003, 04:42 PM   #1
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Servo Broken?

I have a MTX-2 Prospec, and using a Futuba S9451 Digital Servo to steer the car.

However I have found that if I turn left, the toe-in of the car remains at 1 out for both sides, however if I turn right the turn out is unequal of both sides, around 1 degree difference.

The car is in neutral when I attached the servo saver, does this mean the servo is broken, so it means the servo doesn't return to center?


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Old 03-16-2003, 05:24 PM   #2
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Default ttektek;

Center the Trim settings on your radio BEFORE installing the Servo Saver. Then adjust trim to Center the Steering. If the steering turns futher in one direction only, recheck your linkage and/or adjust the Right/Left Steering Throw on your Transmitter. (assuming you have a Computer Radio)
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