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    RUSH EVO - Servo Issues

    Hey guys I have a HPI RUSH EVO and I dont know how I did it or what happened but the servo distributer burnt up.

    Where all 3 plugs plug into, Power, Steering, & Throttle.

    Anybody know where I can get a new one of those?

    Any help is muchly appreciated!!!

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    RE: RUSH EVO - Servo Issues

    In other words the receiver?

    You could upgrade the stock radio system to Futaba quality radios. These include the transmitter, receiver and possibly 1 or 2 servos depending on if you need them

    http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...=LXASX2**&P=ML
    http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...=LXENN3**&P=ML
    http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...I=LXGAG2**&P=7

    I currently own the third one listed. It is definitely worth the extra money as there are many features.

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    RE: RUSH EVO - Servo Issues

    I just need the piece on the car thats in its own little department that everything plugs into. its where the cars antenna go to. i just want to get the stock one back as it worked well.

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    RE: RUSH EVO - Servo Issues

    Yes, I know. It's called the receiver. You may end up paying 50% of the price of a brand new quality system. What is the name brand of your current radio system?

    Ryan

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    RE: RUSH EVO - Servo Issues

    If you post this in the RUSH/EVO thread you would probably get more and better replies to your question.

    Anyway, Yes it's called a RECEIVER, and like Ryan stated you would be better off to upgrade your system rather than run the stock unit as the aftermarket ones are better quality and last longer. Manufacturers ALWAYS use the cheapest stuff they can get their hands on.



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