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Dumb ass question, but who uses this mod? What screws did you use?


Can i just get any bolt that will fit or should a make sure it has a smooth section (the included screw has too narrow a thread for the hole).





Might even epoxy the holes and re drill them...
 

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Ive done the mod, i used all stock screws, but had to replace one screw, that one that screws from the mp servo saver to the turnbuckle.


I used one of those screws that you use on the sides of the tvp to hold the front and rear end on, i mean those rounded head screws that screw into the furtherest hole on the front and back where the bulkheads are.


I replaced that screw that has the smooth part in the middle of it, and it went into the turnbuckle and the stock turny thingy.. i mean those 2 steering post things but ive forgotten what their called.
 

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Thanks Star - I think i follow you. Will have a quick look when i go home at lunchtime. Gee the stock servo saver looks like a POS!
 

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I use the mod and let my say the car has a much more resposive steering and can turn sharper that the crappy stock.


What I did also is put a small amount of CA glue on my finger and rubbed in on the bearing that can with it to stop the bearing from moving in the servo saver also use a small washer to reduce play in the servo saver.





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If you shave/grind a bit of material off the knuckles you will also get a much smaller turning radius. You need the MP servo saver for this to work though.
 
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