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Old 06-25-2009, 06:58 AM   #946
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Rear belt is 189mm (63T)
Front Belt is 516mm (172T)
(appears to be the same as the yokomo bd if anyone cares). team bomber makes those slick white ones too.
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Old 06-25-2009, 09:47 AM   #947
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Im loving the motor mount and the wide range of gearing it provides!

There is room to put probably any combination you can imagine. I have not yet checked the actual limits but even with the stock spur gear I looks like it will hold about a 56t - 58t pinion!
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It all depends on your esc rx combo, and also if you have servo in forwards or rear wards position.

Running ko302 rx and gm 120 a 29 pinion is max with stock spur....
Lrp esc can fit 32ish if you stand the rx on it's side,

The idea of a pinion in the 50's is a nice idea but the space is far too tight,

I beleive ej runs about a 88 spur with 13.5......
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Old 06-25-2009, 10:40 AM   #949
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Anyone had any trouble with the servo mounts?

Using the stock servo mounts with a Ko low profile servo or with a savox/team orion servo the servo horn catches the top deck. I have had to use HB mounts which move the servo out from the centerline.....Also whats the difference in running the servo in the rearward postion (back hole) compared to the forward postion.....except the arm catches the side of my servo.


Ive manged to get a 45 tooth pinion on a 100t spur
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Old 06-25-2009, 11:02 AM   #950
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Anyone had any trouble with the servo mounts?

Using the stock servo mounts with a Ko low profile servo or with a savox/team orion servo the servo horn catches the top deck. I have had to use HB mounts which move the servo out from the centerline.....Also whats the difference in running the servo in the rearward postion (back hole) compared to the forward postion.....except the arm catches the side of my servo.


Ive manged to get a 45 tooth pinion on a 100t spur
The Savox/team orion sevrvo's are on more cars a problem.
I can't move my servo on my scythe more to the front because of that.
I'm going to use other servo mounts on it.
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Im loving the motor mount and the wide range of gearing it provides!

There is room to put probably any combination you can imagine. I have not yet checked the actual limits but even with the stock spur gear I looks like it will hold about a 56t - 58t pinion!
How big of a spur gear do you think will fit before it hits anything like the chassis?
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Anyone had any trouble with the servo mounts?

Using the stock servo mounts with a Ko low profile servo or with a savox/team orion servo the servo horn catches the top deck. I have had to use HB mounts which move the servo out from the centerline.....Also whats the difference in running the servo in the rearward postion (back hole) compared to the forward postion.....except the arm catches the side of my servo.


Ive manged to get a 45 tooth pinion on a 100t spur
Savox? Is that the same as the 2413?
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Old 06-25-2009, 01:10 PM   #953
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Orion 68001 VDS-1007 Fast servo (0.07/10Kgm)

Vortex digital servo

Fast 0.07 sec / 60 degrees

Torque 10Kgm

52.4 grams in weight

Size 40,3 x 20 x 37,2mm.

Its made by someone and then everyone rebadges it. Really got on with it well lately in my touring car, but to fit in the forward postion I have to use HB mounts, cut down on the front side to one mounting, then shave the corner off the servo so the arm doesnt hit it
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Savox? Is that the same as the 2413?
The Orion is a Savox.
Orion uses Savox servo's. There is a new Savox that's even faster.
Savx SH-1290MG Ultra Fast Standard Size Servo
Speed: 0.048 sec/60 @6.0V
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The Orion is a Savox.
Orion uses Savox servo's. There is a new Savox that's even faster.
Savx SH-1290MG Ultra Fast Standard Size Servo
Speed: 0.048 sec/60 @6.0V
yes
but Savox servo long life ?
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but Savox servo long life ?
they are exact the same as the orion.
I love the savox. It's cheaper and only because there is standing Savox on and not Orion.
Same gears used. every thing the same. Orion only ads there logo and color.
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The eagle has landed in Colorado!
we hope they started with the small boxes and then moved to the big ones
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I really like the low profile servos.
Usually the 2413 even tho they are kind of pricey.
The Futaba 9550 was nice and well priced but is discontinued now.
I wonder if they worked the bugs out of the 9551?
Digital. and 0.10 sec. @ 6v and over 80 oz." is good enough for me.
But it has to center perfectly and be smooth.
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What servos do all you guys use?
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