Samurai, the only thing you can do is call support or find a nitro guy that has a transmitter battery pack you can use - or someone else with a compatible electric you can swap parts with to isolate the problem. Servos are cheap, though, and the likely problem.
JB - How do I bash my trucks? Two ways. One is on a track which is where most of my driving time is now. I don't enter races but I prefer a groomed track for most driving. The other is street bashing of off road vehicles with street setups. The two categories of driving do not share the same RC.
I recently started driving a losi 8 1.0 set up for street and its been such a good drive that I am thinking of selling some RCs again (I can't believe I am saying this) including my storm. Likely not the storm since I have a bit more effort into it than others but I am thinking about it. The losi is not the latest buggy but the parts are compatible with the new version and its still the same quality race roller grade chassis (especially when the 1.0 vs. 2.0 difference are mostly angles and geometry) . Its hard, for example, to enjoy driving a savage XS when its being compared to an 8th scale buggy of this caliber.