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    Question rrrrrrr have some q's

    first off i got the mustange last friday and so far i can't get 0 on the steering trim its ether 110 degrees to the right or 100 on the left side of the steering trim

    so what degre should the servo horn be at i can't find it in the manual

    or should i drop $$ on tie rods

    then the the 3rd day and my battery door shaters and 5 mins later my axel carrier gose on me
    come on traxxas i thought it was supposed to be strong

    so for replace ments for the axel carrier what should i get i was thinking black aluminium from gpm
    or should i just get rpm?
    Last edited by reod12x2; 10-03-2011 at 09:19 AM.

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    1) Take the arm off from the servo
    2) Turn on your Tx and center the trim to 0
    3) Install the arm on the servo with the tires as straight as you can make them
    -This should solve the steering trim issue

    I would call Traxxas on your other issues, they stand behind their products!
    But, if you want to upgrade your knuckles/carriers; go aluminum. I have read good things about GPM and HR, I can only speak from experience on the HR. I have read that RPM knuckles don't retain the pillow balls as they should.
    Whatever it is I just typed... could be wrong.

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    thank you jn but the servo spline teeth are to big(as in not as adjustible)so my problem is when i senter the steering trim to 0
    and align the wheels perfectly the servo horn lands on the teeth rrr

    but the other stuff probable was my fault considering i was drifting a 3/4 throttle and hit a curb but on the 5th run
    (but i have a summit and have beat the tar out of it and nothing has broken)

    Edited for language abuse.
    Last edited by cooleocool; 10-04-2011 at 10:22 PM.

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