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.