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About cstorckiii

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  1. 1: Yes, much less involved than an M05. I found it only slightly more involved than my Rising Fighter. 2: HobbyPark. It came in a set of 4 .06 pinions for $11 USD on Amazon. Plenty of similar on ebay. Some including a steel spur gear that may work in this car.
  2. https://www.amazon.com/Tamiya-Hornet-58043-Sealed-Bearing/dp/B00K2C60RI/ref=sr_1_2?crid=32BWJLI7090X7&keywords=fast+eddy+hornet&qid=1694725030&sprefix=fast+eddy+hornet%2Caps%2C142&sr=8-2 Hornet specific set. Under $15.
  3. Issue 1: the screws. My M08 kit came with a couple of extra super thin head screws ( MC 4), so I used those at the front of the servo. Issue 2: the servo itself. With the servo sitting higher than it should the steering arms at the front bearings hit the front corners of the mounting tab on the servo. I removed the servo and rounded the front corners down with my Dremel and shoved the servo as far back as it would go. It swings lock to lock now.
  4. I didn't notice anything off with the steering, but I haven't driven it much. And I spent about an hour last night fixing the issue.
  5. Well, don’t listen to me. I just checked my M08 and evidently have the same problem and didn’t know.
  6. Tamiya 50588. 12 to a pack. $4 USD at tamiyausa.com.
  7. I honestly don't know. I'll dig into my M08 after work and find out.
  8. Yes, I have. That's how I know it fits. And it's inexpensive enough ($20 USD, $9 USD at Aliexpress) that I use it in everything.
  9. The SPT 4412 servo fits well... and they're cheap.
  10. FYI: the M05 V II manual shows a different pinion height measurement.
  11. All those upgrades on the M05 and you didn’t get the Version II suspension arms?
  12. 53301-TL01 Suspension Shaft Set.
  13. While I do love an orange sports car, there are entirely too many boring Jäegermeister liveries.
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