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Old 09-03-2013, 10:08 AM   #440
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Originally Posted by JasonR/C View Post
Its surprising how much steering you can lose or gain from the servo saver. Mine is backed off one turn. Also if you plan on using the aluminum servo saver I'd recommend not using a aluminum servo horn. Too much metal. Use a plastic horn with the aluminum saver. Or vice versa. This will also protect your servo and make it last longer.
I have never heard of this logic your suggesting and would not follow it, period.
Servo Horn in 'aluminum' and a Servo Saver Arm in 'aluminum' is the way to go and has been for a very long time.
The give or insurance to your servos comes from properly setting your servo saver not the plastics.
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