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Old 10-05-2014, 09:59 PM   #1
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Has Anyone tried the hirosaka servos? I need a servo and need to order one today so i get it before friday. I know the savox are good but the hirosakas look cool. But i havnt seen any reviews about them. Please give me your feedback. Thanks
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For what its worth: I'm very happy with my Hirosaka motor. Excellent build quality and good power.
I'm guessing the servo's will be good as well.
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Just ended up ordering one. Hopefully ill like it. Thanks for the response
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Just ended up ordering one. Hopefully ill like it. Thanks for the response
Let us know how you like it. I almost pull the triggered on one but waiting on some feedback. Price range is decent, hopefully the performance is too.
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Any feedback on the servo yet? Thinking about getting one for 2wd buggy.
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who are they manuf'ed by?
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who are they manuf'ed by?
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...g_0_08sec.html

http://www.rcmart.com/hirosaka-racin...Path=1099_1025

Seems to be the same thing!?
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Brilliant catch!!!

How much more can one dilute the "hirosaka" equity
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http://alturn-usa.com/index-e.htm

Fwiw, I had used the trackstar ts915 servo for about 300 packs and it worked great, but it had a little bit of slop that kinda annoyed me. It was fast and strong though.
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Same case mould for sure. Wouldn't be the first time.

The hobbyking one has been on the market the longer of the two though!
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HI guys what servo horn do these take?

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HI guys what servo horn do these take?

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What one does the Hirosaka one take?

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My Trackstar ones use futaba
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No, no, no, no, no!
Bought an Alturn low profile as a cheap servo to fit in my F1.

After bumping the boards it would remain slightly off centre, like there was a fault with the servo saver. Re-center it, next bump it would do the same.
Binned it, total crap.
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