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Old 03-22-2006, 07:01 PM   #3946
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What is a great non digtal steering servo?
Where can I ger airtronics receivers?
and a reciever pack?
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Old 03-22-2006, 07:52 PM   #3947
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Futaba s9402 is a great non-digital srevo id get one of those rc-mushroom has the other stuff
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digital servos is the way to go
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Old 03-22-2006, 08:01 PM   #3949
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What is a great non digtal steering servo?
Where can I ger airtronics receivers?
and a reciever pack?
Heres the best Airtronics offer:
For speed: 94360Z or 94362z
For torque: 94359z or 94361z

And you should easily find Airtronics rx and rx packs from many online stores.
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Old 03-22-2006, 08:06 PM   #3950
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yes they are but the consume more current making you battery go flat quicker.

http://www.futaba-rc.com/servos/digitalservos.pdf
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OGR, thats why you need to get a front sway bar mount like the one from 3racing that has the cams on both sides. Then you can actually adjust it how it is suppoed to be done instead of half-assing it with the 1 cam.
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OGR, thats why you need to get a front sway bar mount like the one from 3racing that has the cams on both sides. Then you can actually adjust it how it is suppoed to be done instead of half-assing it with the 1 cam.
Yeah, been looking at the kawahara one for a while but they were too over-priced, the 3racing one looks promising but the quality is a little questionable to me since I have no exp with it. But so far I'm just trying to play with the car in stock form first to get the feel of it, and while most people dont seem to have problem with the single cam holder, there should be a cure for my car, I just need to take a better look at it.
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Old 03-23-2006, 12:11 AM   #3953
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From what Ive seen of 3racing parts they were some of the best quality hop up parts ive seen besides the high dollar stuff. Except for like 1-2 items where I think gpm did better in very small things. 3racing seems to look the best and is cut very nicely.

But even the 4mm locknuts from 3racing are awesome , real lightweight and grab tighter than stock. Good place to loose some unsprung weight.
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Good lookin out fellas
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The chassis is still brand new and I'm 100% sure nothing is damaged, and the suspension is like frictionlessly free.

I will try your sway bar connection process and double check the holders when I have time to work on the car again. Thanks so much for the tips.
are you sure that the sway bar is at its normal position, I mean if you introduce an end too much, it will become unstable and will not let the downstops reach!
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are you sure that the sway bar is at its normal position, I mean if you introduce an end too much, it will become unstable and will not let the downstops reach!
I dont quite get what that means?
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I dont quite get what that means?
the sway bar has two ends, one is a kind of male and the other female, right, if you introduce the male part too much it will not let the downstops seat properly cuz there´s binding caused by the sway bar.
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Hey guys I've haven't done nitro for sometime now, can someone tell me the easiest way to adjust the clutch play.
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Hey guys I've haven't done nitro for sometime now, can someone tell me the easiest way to adjust the clutch play.
I set mine with feeler gauges between two of the washers that you set your end play with.

I know that I have heard some of the guys say that they put washers on the crank just before the first bearing that you would put on for the cluch bell. They put these washers on so the clutch bell will not touch the clutch shoe when the engine is idling I think. I do not do this but I hear that some do.

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Yeah, been looking at the kawahara one for a while but they were too over-priced, the 3racing one looks promising but the quality is a little questionable to me since I have no exp with it. But so far I'm just trying to play with the car in stock form first to get the feel of it, and while most people dont seem to have problem with the single cam holder, there should be a cure for my car, I just need to take a better look at it.
Firstly, you need hudy downstop block. Secondly, take off the front bumber and you should be able to see the downstop screws. Turn the cam lever anticlockwise to maximum and re adjust the downstop screws so they appear equal. Play with cam lever until you are satisfied that both front arms are equal according to hudy downstop block. Lock it .... I suggest to use longer screw and a shim or a ring.

3racing product is good enough for me.
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