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Old 01-30-2018, 07:43 PM   #1
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Got bored cleaning up some of my RC area and laughed at this outcome.

Took a cue from Dlux Truss with the Servo behind the axle and some of my extra Freestyle RC link mounts. This big Ol fatty axle tube makes having a uber long arm and it sits so high that you have to space it big time. I would guess you would take away 100oz-in of TQ with that amount of leverage and the obvious Servo wear. Funny stuff.
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Old 01-30-2018, 09:24 PM   #2
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If you have extra mounts then take the crap off the backside of the housing out by the inner c's and put the knuckles on backwards. Shorter servo arm, better geometry between the servo and knuckle and better ackerman angle.

Someone used to make an axle mounted servo bracket, I've seen one for on top of the diff and on the axle, can't remember who it was now.
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Old 01-30-2018, 10:54 PM   #3
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If you have extra mounts then take the crap off the backside of the housing out by the inner c's and put the knuckles on backwards. Shorter servo arm, better geometry between the servo and knuckle and better ackerman angle.

Someone used to make an axle mounted servo bracket, I've seen one for on top of the diff and on the axle, can't remember who it was now.
Oh i see what you mean now. The octopus thing with the all the wholes where the old shocks would have gone. Good idea.

I was going to do a CMS but decided to keep it simple and will run this servo mount i got from yotachump and his lockouts for the rear.
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