I think that Calandra Racing Concepts makes something like what you're looking for.DIRTsportsman said:I remeber seeing a company that had servo mounts that allowed mini servos to be mounted useing the holes in the chassi meant for standard servos. If anyone knows the company i need to know where to get them.
The servo plate you are referring to is listed under the what's new window. Cost is $10 www.ripmotorsports.com/products_new.php last item on the page.ta_man said:The best solution I have seen was on a RIP car where the servo mounts attache to a graphite plate with slots in it for the servo mount screws and I think also slots to adjust the plate forward and back. Then you down't have to worry about offset mounts or where to dirill holes for a particular servo. Unfortuantely, I cannot find that part listed separately on their web site. I might have to make my own.
Yes. The difference is the holes that mount the plate to the chass are in a different place on the chassis than if you screwed the servo mount directly to the chassis. Also, this gives you some freedome to move the server back and forth and align if left and right if you didn't get the holes in the chassis in the exact right spot for the servo (Or you changed to a different servo that has different dimensions.)DIRTsportsman said:So if i understand this the servo mounts to that plate using the stock mounts then that plate is what bolts to the chassis?
Actually i have had a rip and a maverick.. the maverick plate to me seemed smaller then the rip plate.. both do the same thing..ta_man said:Why do you feel it is better than the RIP plate? It looks like it takes up a lot of space on the car.