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New JConcepts B7 Servo Mount

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Press Release From JConcepts:

Setting the trim on any RC car is crucial but perhaps even more critical is for the trim to remain consistent throughout a race. JConcepts introduces the servo mount bracket for the RC10B7 line of vehicles. Constructed of lightweight aluminum, the servo mount brace has been a staple for racing vehicles going back to previous generation vehicles. The simple and sleek design with performance and tracking advantages have spoken volumes throughout the years on the racetrack. 

The mount fits snug inside the chassis servo mounting area increasing the support while the 2 screw mounting locations are beefy in design and zeroed in for a direct mount to the chassis. The brace has locations on each side for included set screws to help align and maintain servo position during racing conditions, crashes, and hard hits. The set screws are intended to touch-off against the servo case and provide additional support retaining the servo in the intended position which helps maintain consistent steering trim.

The servo mount brace can be installed without any modifications or additional equipment in RC10B7 vehicles. The most recent design for the latest Team Associated vehicle incorporates a little extra room for servo mount lead on popular servos like the Savox and other similar models. With a sleek wrap-around design, luster of aluminum, and etched logo, the brace adds consistency, performance tune-ability with aesthetic appeal. JConcepts is, World Proven Innovation and Design.

Installation notes – 

To install, completely remove servo from vehicle and remove standard mounts. With the servo horn already in the correct position, align plastic shims or without as previously used on the servo. Install brace to each side and loosely fasten factory mounting screws with washers into the 4 locations and snug them. Now, center the servo between the brace and install the set screws on each side, use a light amount of thread locking compound (#8136) RM2 thread lock adhesive and snug them to touch off and keep the servo in place.

Completely clamp the 4 mounting screws on the front side to lock servo position. Remember to always use a light amount of thread locking compound when securing steel screws into aluminum. Reinstall the servo to vehicle and trim out and check EPA adjustments to complete assembly. 


  • JConcepts original design and function
  • Machined aluminum, wrap-around concept
  • Set screw-controlled centering feature
  • Available in blue and black anodizing colors 
  • Aesthetic jewelry
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Tyler Hooks is a recent college graduate with a BBA in management and a Minor in Communications from St. Edwards University as well as a ROAR Stock National Champion and was apart of the IFMAR World Championship USA team in 2016. Tyler is currently an Editor as well as in the Advertising department at Live Race Media and frequently is apart of the broadcast team at major events.

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