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Atualizar Servo Saver - A2030, A2031, A2032 e A2033

Atualizar Servo Saver - A2030, A2031, A2032 e A2033

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Atualizar Servo Saver - A2030, A2031, A2032 e A2033

  • SKU 249000102
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Capacidade ( mAh) -
  • Peso 43.0000
  • Comprimento 76.00
  • Largura 16.00
  • Altura 60.00
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I have no bad saying about this Turnigy hop-up, seems good quality. It fits my Kyosho perfectly as well. I'm thinking about upgrading all my Ultimas with this. A lot more affordable than similar from Kyosho.

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I have no bad saying about this Turnigy hop-up, seems good quality. It fits my Kyosho perfectly as well. I'm thinking about upgrading all my Ultimas with this. A lot more affordable than similar from Kyosho.

Overall I'm not impressed with this 'upgrade' part... Firstly, one of the mounting holes for the ball studs wasn't tapped straight meaning that the steering linkage rubbed on the servo saver arm. Secondly, (and I think this is my main concern) the steering linkage arms have way too much friction between them and the servo saver arm, which means the steering does not return to central position unless I loosen the screws. But loosening the screws means they fall out after a period of use.
The original part had much better response albeit a weaker construction. I hope some one from HK reads this and fixes the problem as the car itself is fantastic I'm just annoyed that ordering an 'upgrade' part meant I went backwards in performance.

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Overall I'm not impressed with this 'upgrade' part... Firstly, one of the mounting holes for the ball studs wasn't tapped straight meaning that the steering linkage rubbed on the servo saver arm. Secondly, (and I think this is my main concern) the steering linkage arms have way too much friction between them and the servo saver arm, which means the steering does not return to central position unless I loosen the screws. But loosening the screws means they fall out after a period of use.
The original part had much better response albeit a weaker construction. I hope some one from HK reads this and fixes the problem as the car itself is fantastic I'm just annoyed that ordering an 'upgrade' part meant I went backwards in performance.

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