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Servo Relocation ( Steering Mods ) for Redcat GEN8 ( Bump Steer Elimination )
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This is a Servo Relocation Mount to correct the steering geometry.
By centering the servo in the ideal location between the frame rail, panhard link ( track bar ) will parallel to the drag link. It will "totally eliminate" the bump steer, hence greatly reduce body roll while steering.
It will work with the stock steering links but you'll have to mount the drag link from the servo horn to the knuckle end of the tie rod, instead of the original stock position.
Aluminum Servo Relocation Mount x 1
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Hello, Club5 racing team. This is a good product. I would like to see the needed longer screw for the wheel end of the servo drag link included in this kit. I have given a 4 star rating for not putting in the screw, it gets 5 stars with the needed screw. Some type of instructions might be handy like even a stick drawing of how it fits and where the different screws go lol.
I would suggest putting the info about moving the servo link end more forward in the description or putting it in bold. Also include a long screw and nut for relocation of the link end so People have what is needed for completion of the job. I had to go out and buy a screw for the link end, not the end of the world but frustrating and inconvenient.
This part has a lot of features, great part
TRIED OTHE SERVO RELOCATION KITS THIS ONE IS THE BEST !!
not a direct bolt on pie e at least in my case. I had to notch it for a motor wire. But after messing with it it does do what it says. I did use the club 5 steering link set also.
Mount was good quality and as advertised.
Works and fits great and it also looks very nice piece of engineering. Took out the bump steer that this truck encounters when you install the husky links. 5 stars all day.
Part looks and feels amazing. The only gripe I had is that with the 550 Size motor there is just not enough room. You can definitely make it work but only running 2 Servo Screws. Feels sturdy enough with 2 but still a bummer.
Excellent addition, a little tricky when relocating the drag link from the tie rod to directly on the top of the tie rod mount and adjusting the servo horn, but once installed zero body roll when turning.