Originally Posted by JoeW
The ProV2 frames are also cut so that the elevator servo mounts flush on the 'outside' of the bearing block. You just need to put the servo ball facing the servo to maintain the geometry.
I bought my V2 Pro used. The elevator servo was mounted to the outside, and the ball was facing away from the servo, so the ball was definitely in the wrong position (swashplate link was at an obvious angle). During a recent rebuild, I "fixed" it, and moved the elevator servo to the inside of the frame, so now the ball is centered under the AR slot.
If only I'd realized I could have kept the servo on the *outside*, and just moved the ball to face in the other direction...
Oh well, live and learn.
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