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Old 06-29-2017, 09:18 AM   #1
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Default Aluminum Servo Saver/Horn

Somewhere in the last two weeks I've seen an add for an aluminum servo horn that's in the shape of a servo saver. It's solid, no spring or anything. It looked a lot like the attached pic, but was aluminum. Any ideas who makes it?
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Radtec makes them. Distributed by Roche RC USA in the US. Check out any of their dealers to see if they have them in stock.

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That's what I was looking for! Thank you sir!
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Somewhere in the last two weeks I've seen an add for an aluminum servo horn that's in the shape of a servo saver. It's solid, no spring or anything. It looked a lot like the attached pic, but was aluminum. Any ideas who makes it?
KO Propo also offers this awesome 1/12th servo horn. I've used them on my 1/12th and you can feel the change. Gone are the vagueness of a servo saver. However, you better not hit anything as it will strip even metal servo gears. If you are a driver that never hits anything, I highly recommend them.

https://www.absolutehobbyz.com/KO-Pr..._p_509253.html
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