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theonek 01-26-2008 02:02 AM

edge question
 
"thumbsup"i have set mine up with droop and the front tube that bends down hits the servo, not much room to go down... as anyone eles got this problem orhave you done anuthing about it? please let me no?!

Rocksmith Eng. 01-26-2008 02:32 AM

Put the shock spacers on there. Put em on the shock shaft to limit downtravel. If you need more than that some fuel tubing will work from your LHS.

theonek 01-26-2008 03:42 AM

not what i want to do though... maybe bend up the tube?

motormad 01-26-2008 03:59 AM

Yeah. I just put some bump stops to limit the travel a little.

Trimmy 01-26-2008 10:42 AM

What kind of servo are you running? I dont have the shock limiters on and I stil have half an inch between my servo and chassis. I an running a tower pro mg995 and TCS 4 link if that changes anything."thumbsup"

Reflection 01-26-2008 11:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by theonek (Post 1025034)
"thumbsup"i have set mine up with droop and the front tube that bends down hits the servo, not much room to go down... as anyone eles got this problem orhave you done anuthing about it? please let me no?!

If your running droop,you need no space for up travel.

Quote:

Originally Posted by theonek (Post 1025086)
not what i want to do though... maybe bend up the tube?

The stock shocks have to much travel anyway. Limit them before bending your chassis

theonek 01-26-2008 12:24 PM

ok, i left some info out... i have the tcs 4 link servo plate with the hs-5955tg and im running traxxas big bores set up with semi droop..."thumbsup"

Harley 01-26-2008 01:40 PM

Limit the travel.

Put the original stops on the outside like the instructions show. That will keep your lower links level as well.

Keeps everything low still since the shock mounting locations have been altered from the stock config.

theonek 01-26-2008 04:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Harley0706 (Post 1025500)
Limit the travel.

Put the original stops on the outside like the instructions show. That will keep your lower links level as well.

Keeps everything low still since the shock mounting locations have been altered from the stock config.

i got that but in the front where the tube bends down its like almost hitting my servo with it setup semi droop... so on down travel it will for sure hit...

Reflection 01-26-2008 06:14 PM

I'd like to see a picture. I bet I could figure it out better if I could see it. Harley designed the thing so I'm sure he knows a bit better what your dealing with. I'm curious if theres a way to lower your servo.

Unless your jumping it,I highly doubt the servo would hit much anyway during regular crawling. When the axle twist's,it'll actually pull the servo down and to the side."thumbsup"

theonek 01-26-2008 07:44 PM

true! eemmm let me buy my star and then ill put a picture up... or send me your email instead! im gonna put up a build thread after im done all the way with it...


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