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Old 05-01-2008, 02:05 AM   #1
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New from Team cobra.
9kg Analogue servo metal Geared 9kg, 13kg, and 18kg digital coreless servos with metal gears with ultra strong servo case including heat sinks.Servos are light weight but very strong.
9kg Analogue and 18kg Digital have a reaction time of 0.20 sec
9kg Digital and 13kg Digital have a reaction time of 0.11 sec
All servos have a low current draw less than any other servo on the Market
The electronics have been designed by Angelo owner of cobra and no expense has been spared with top class electronic components.
Very responsive servos for the racer who demands the best .They are of a Sanwa spline

Servos have had extensive testing .

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For US drivers... FYI guys... approximately...

9 kg/cm = 124 oz/in
13 kg/cm = 180 oz/in
18 kg/cm = 249 oz/in

(do the math for yourself... 1 inch = 2.54 cm, and 1 kg = 2.2046 lb, 1 lb = 16 oz)
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For US drivers... FYI guys... approximately...

9 kg/cm = 124 oz/in
13 kg/cm = 180 oz/in
18 kg/cm = 249 oz/in

(do the math for yourself... 1 inch = 2.54 cm, and 1 kg = 2.2046 lb, 1 lb = 16 oz)
Thanks for the conversion.

What's going to be the estimated street price for these new servo's?

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What kind of warranty will be offered for the servos?
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hey guys, angelo has been very busy, so i will answer your questions best i can.

the warranty on the servos will be 3 months complete replacement warranty, and 12 month (remaining 9 months) repair warranty.

for those wondering, the splines are the same as any sanwa/jr/ko servo.

estimated us price for the servos is:

digital 9kg(124oz) $85
digital 13kg (180oz) $95
digital 18kg (249oz) $105

anymore questions, please feel free to ask and ill be happy to try and help you.
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They look really nice. If anyone has run them plz post what your thoughts were.
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