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Old 10-02-2012, 03:46 PM
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Thanx qwkpony. I'll look into those servo savers.

Originally Posted by onekiwi View Post
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
I did run the battery against the servo a couple times for testing. And our indoor clay track is really blown up right now. Our top 5 or 6 guys have their cars kicked by bumps pretty often as well. Bowties or Calibers are working awesome...LoL. But usually a BK type tire. So with the rough track, yes, sometimes I try to check up and double single instead of triple. This is where I lawn dart it....more than a couple times LoL.

So I'll try the servo saver till we rebuild the track in a couple weeks.

I had to go back to 6-hole pistons cause of the rough track. The 4 holes were too much. But after a smooth rebuild I know 4-hole will be the ticket.
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