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Old 07-12-2007, 03:26 AM   #1
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i bought this part from rcmart, but i cant install it i cant figured it out where to put it. if i put in old receiver spot it won't fit. anyone installed this part?? can you give me the pic of it?

here's the link http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=23773
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This receiver cover is used with the Evo upper deck which has the stand-up servo. Does your car have the laydown servo?
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This receiver cover is used with the Evo upper deck which has the stand-up servo. Does your car have the laydown servo?
mine isn't lay down. will it be possible if i move the servo and the receiver like evo ?
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If your reciever is sitting on top of the upper plate this is not going to work. If it is like the Mugen sedan it will. To my knowledge (which is limited) you will need to get the evo top plate and other parts to convert it over.
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