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Old 04-08-2009, 09:09 PM   #1
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i bought a new steering servo for my Ntc3 i installed it and when i turn right its goes left and when i turn left it goes right

This is My steering servo that i purchased

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you can set in your Tx the steering as reverse and should solve your problem...
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Agree on what Maxx said. But why did you purchase a cheap servo? Ball bearing are good. Should purchase metal geared servo for steering. Nylon will strip easily.
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i think you find that a metal gear servo ( MG ) will work much better as a steering servo . the nylon will strip easily after any impact . get a BB MG.
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you can set in your Tx the steering as reverse and should solve your problem...
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i think you find that a metal gear servo ( MG ) will work much better as a steering servo . the nylon will strip easily after any impact . get a BB MG.
Dude! You run Roseville alot???
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