Take it apart and inspect this gear. It’s the one in the middle top. Savox sending me a new gear set and screws. It’s a bugger! Clean the Phillips out with a pick that’ll make it less stressful. I hope that doesn’t happen to me once I rebuild itHere we go again....so read back to my original post...yep rebuilt absolutely everything took it out. My state is on full don't leave your house order. So I had the dbxl out front of my house. I live on a normal ass residential block. O understand normal changes depending on where you live and neighborhood and such. I have never measured it. Any how let's assume it's like 20x30 max is like 30x40...it's small. I drove around. Circles, figure 8's and run it up and down the street a few times. All was well. Finally ran it out of gas. When I was carrying it back to the house I bumped the house getting servo popped of. No biggie I forgot to lock tite it on. Into basement fix blah blah blah all is well. Take it back out side fuel it up...lose steering 20' in. What gives? Do savox servos suck that bad? I'm hoping it's a gear I didn't destroy last time. My servo saver is like not event attached the spring is fully extended. It's getting ridiculous.
Attached is a picture of the model servo I have and where my servo saver is set at. Once again...I wasn't driving hard by any means. Just slowly cruising around. Front end moves like butter or ky your choice. Something isn't right.
Ok I’ll jump in.Only 3 possible explanations. Voltage, trims, and mechanical. Voltage and trims are easy to check, so you know whats left. Perhaps it only binds under load somehow.