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  1. #1
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    e revo 2.0 servo upgrade

    hi people,

    I have read a lot about changing the steering servos on my 2.0 to a single servo.
    what is the pro and cons to this...

    and how much better is the steering to the dual servo.

    cheers dean

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    Pros is you donít have to adjust the steering servos so that they donít fight each other. Really no cons TBH. Just make sure you get a servo that has at least 300oz of torque.

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    I have a question to add to this... Is there a single servo arm that works in places of the dual arm in the bellcrank? I was thinking Strc is the only company that makes a single arm for Revo’s. Does that one work in the 2.0?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed-The-Ace View Post
    I have a question to add to this... Is there a single servo arm that works in places of the dual arm in the bellcrank? I was thinking Strc is the only company that makes a single arm for Revoís. Does that one work in the 2.0?
    It should, the 2.0 has the same steering as the O.G.
    Its alright son I'll fix it when you break it

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    I'm running a Traxxas 2255 with the stock arm. I just removed the servo link on the side without the servo. This way I can always go back to dual servos, should I feel the need for more misery in my life. I'm going to run the same setup on the E-Slayer I'm building.

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