Originally posted by Ballsie
Great info Rob - thanks very much!
Adjustable steering sounds excellent and probably makes the thing worth the slightly pricey cost
You dont need a programmable servo in a touring car. If you need any adjustment at all, it's way easier to adjust on the TX. This, of course, requires a programmable TX. If you dont got one already, the programmable servo might be interesting, but I'm quite sure you be much more happy, if you get an ordinary high speed servo, and then save up some extra for a better TX.
Check the price of PS-2113 FET + KO Presto and features (for example), then compare to the programmable + wizard etc. Or if you want a digital servo, try look at the PDS-2143 FET.
Or check out the Airtronics MX-3 TX - extremely easy to use, and the newest version is crystal free - price is reasonably.
About 7,2 volt; Any KO 7,2 volt servo can be connected directly to the 6 cell main battery, so your ESC dont need the FET-wire. The servos come with a little manual, that shows how to do. If you can solder, it's quite easy.