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Old 03-23-2008, 10:20 AM   #16
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http://www.bphobbies.com/view.asp?id=V363378

I use 2 airtronics 94358's. 200 oz/in and 0.10 sec, they are not digital though.
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Old 03-23-2008, 06:02 PM   #17
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so which of those 5 servos im getting are the best?

what should i use for steering and throttle out of those 5?

i might use the best servo outta those 5 as my throttle, and upgrade to a 100$ or so steering servo.
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Old 03-23-2008, 08:00 PM   #18
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Keep the 590 and the 625. Sell the rest and purchase a proper steering servo. See, now it seems like you are interested in spending money for a good servo which throws off my first post to you. I have used the 995's which is why I recommended them for good super cheap servos. They are not the best, but for the price they are great!
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Keep the 590 and the 625. Sell the rest and purchase a proper steering servo. See, now it seems like you are interested in spending money for a good servo which throws off my first post to you. I have used the 995's which is why I recommended them for good super cheap servos. They are not the best, but for the price they are great!
well i didnt think the servos in that package were such junk.

ill keep the 625 in the throttle, and prob buy a nice steering one. you get what you pay for so im not gonna cheap out and have shit steering that im not happy with.

130$ isint much for me, and if it means having no problems with my steering servo and having it last a few years, then i dont see any problems spending that kind of money on a servo, as long as its worth it
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I have one of these servos and for the money would be an excellent steering servo for you and at $80, a pretty good deal!

http://cgi.ebay.com/Hitec-HS-5965MG-...QQcmdZViewItem
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I have one of these servos and for the money would be an excellent steering servo for you and at $80, a pretty good deal!

http://cgi.ebay.com/Hitec-HS-5965MG-...QQcmdZViewItem
hmm, i was looking at this one

http://carolinasrc.com/Webstore/Scri...idproduct=4167
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That is way overkill for a buggy. Get the Ace servo at 180 oz/in and you will be happy. You could still afford a set of good rubber as well.
I run 150 oz/in servos in my buggy's steering and they are great. I have never had a problem with them. I'm runnig the Futaba BLS 9451 for both duties in my buggy. At $99 they are by far the best I have ever ran.
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That is way overkill for a buggy. Get the Ace servo at 180 oz/in and you will be happy. You could still afford a set of good rubber as well.
I run 150 oz/in servos in my buggy's steering and they are great. I have never had a problem with them. I'm runnig the Futaba BLS 9451 for both duties in my buggy. At $99 they are by far the best I have ever ran.
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what do you mean "a good set of rubber" you mean tires or what??
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Yeah. The money you save could get you some tires and wheels for the track.
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Yeah. The money you save could get you some tires and wheels for the track.
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i already have a set of crimefighters and black dish rims on its way, and a brand new set of badlands that i cant get to stick to my white rims cuz the glue is old
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+1 for the BL 451s!
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