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Servo Linkage problem

Discussion in 'HPI Savage' started by Zep71, Aug 31, 2017.

  1. Zep71

    Zep71 Active Member

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    ok guys i am getting this Savage going but here is the problem. when i use the brake the connector on top of the servo that connect to the carb moves so that the carb is stuck ariund half throttle is their some thing missing? or not installed correct? posting a video to show it.

     
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    I didn't watch your video too closely, but you are definitely missing your throttle return spring.

    It attaches like this on the carb:

    upload_2017-8-31_13-29-50.png

    Comes in this set of parts:
    https://www.hpiracing.com/en/part/86356
     
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    wow it never had it when i bought it, looks like the spring the had holding the exhaust pipe on. thank you let me see if i can find one of these springs
     
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    X Conspiracy of One HPISF Staff

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    Glad to help. Hopefully that takes care of your issues.
     
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    i got the new spring cant figure out where the one end goes
    the diagram is little help
     
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    One end goes around the hsn and the other goes below where the throttle linkage connects.
     
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    what is hsn?
     
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    High Speed Needle
     
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    HSN = high speed needle housing, the other end goes around the throttle arm just as the diagram illustrates
     
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    Wow, I watched the video! Your servo saver is fragged. You could put ten springs on there and still have problems! That goldish steel ring between the throttle & brake is a spring steel split ring sort of thing. Take the saver apart and reassemble per the manual. I have had my screw come loose before(no pun intended) & that spring gets dislodged from the groove in the saver. Good vid by the way!
     
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    Thats really good advice thank you i will redo it!
     
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    olds97_lss Well-Known Member

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    Most guys switch to a slider/spring throttle setup. Less slop than the stock saver thing.

    This is how I have my current X setup, the horn on the servo is solid:
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    The "sliders" and collars are just traxxas parts.

    These were linkage setups on previous savage's I had:
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    my slayer has something close to this
     
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    well it only took one run with the savage to lose the carb return spring, not going to get another one. i will look into what olds97 recommended and i have a few ideas of my own.
     
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    you must of not clipped it right, because installed correctly those thing are hell of a hard to remove!!! check the teeth on the servo saver all so. they could be stripped...
     
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    You may be right i may have put it on wrong. i think i found a better setup to replace the whole mess. that is if Irma don't blow us away.
     
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    I did survive Irma lol my Savage has been on the back burner for awhile life keeping me from it. i bought some linkage parts going to see what i can work out.
     
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