Hey guys, i've been spending the winter toying with my car getting it ready for next summer, and while it's apart i'd like to put a better steering servo in place of the jr (whatever comes with a cheap radio), forgot the numbers offhand but it's like a 12 dollar servo, so...
I'm no professional, nor do i plan on it, and i'm not looking to spend anymore than 50 bucks.
Brand doesn't matter to me.
Could someone just point me in the right direction of what speed is acceptable, and torque rating?
I've read other servo posts, and seems everyone suggests 90-130 dollar servos, and unless one of you guys is going to sell me a $100 servo at 50, it's not happening.
Mediocre is what i'm looking for.
Reputable person told my buddy to use a hitec 645mg, but when comparing speeds on servo charts, numbers suggest it's slower than 3/4's of the other servos on the market including ones that are much cheaper, it seems to have more torque but is that what i want, more torque less speed?
I was leaning towards the 625mg which has more speed than the 645 and less torque.
So what does everyone think?
For reference i've been using this chart http://www.fatlion.com/sailplanes/servochart.html
Car i use is in my sig, on a pretty fast outdoor track