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Old 04-12-2003, 03:40 PM   #1
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Slide carb linkage dilemma

Well, I almost have the new OS TR installed in my NTC3. However I have run into a slight difficulty. The new motor is a slide carb and all the linkages for the old motor were rotary which connected with a ball joint on the rotary arm.

Any idea how I connect the slide carb arm to the linkage now?

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page 26 of the manual or here

http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ntc3_slidecarb.pdf
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Thanks, firgured it out with Aeon Racer. He sent me a visual of what his looks like and I found out the problem. The linkage needed to be in a different position on the servo horn. AE factory has set it up for the AE motor which was ok, I just didn't know I needed to reconnect the linkage to run more diagonal across the servo than was originally set.
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