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Old 10-02-2012, 08:25 AM
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Originally Posted by qwkpony View Post
A Kimbrough medium servo saver will fix that problem. The pros might be able to afford running without a servo saver, but I've learned the hard way my barely average driving skills require there to be at least some give in the steering assembly on open wheel cars.
Breaking the servo case is usually done by nose dive and the not secured properly battery banging the bottom of the servo. Make sure you have battery stops and maybe even some tape or something under the battery strap to stop it moving.

If you get a good servo then it lasts longer, it its like some ko and futaba srvos that have the plastic gear they are going to break
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