I purchased a new Stampede, later that night I blew out the plastic servo that came with the car. The next day I went to out local hobby store and purchased (per thier recommendation) a Hobbico CS-70MG servo. Purchased a GS Servo Saver (HRC) - Purple. The next day I blew out the saver as well. Now im not being that aggressive with the car so not sure what it up.
The next day I went and purchase yet another servo saver, and a extra just in case. However after doing some investigating I have noticed that, when the car turns, where the turnbuckles meets the wheel, that screw is hitting the axle. Also noticed that the car turns alot more than it should, for instance the tire will rub on the car as well, because it is turning so much.
The problem is when the bolt hits linkage the servo is so strong that it forces the saver up into the air, which must of broke it in the first place. I have tried several adjustments, driven the car a total of a dozen times, and already spent more time working on it, and over 75 dollars just repairing it.
I do not know where to go to from here, any input would be wonderful. For instance is there a way to adjust to servo so it will not turn so much?