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Old 06-23-2008, 01:50 PM   #1
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what's up guys, I'm just getting back into racing and I am almost finished with my JamminX1 buggy and I installed a Hitec5955 steering and I don't know which throttle to use. I was thinking about the hitec645mg but I just wanted some more opinions. Thanks
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i run the towerhobbies ts 170 wich is a rebadged 5955 for both throttle and steering in my buggy its a bit overkill but it works and i run 9000t's in my truggy for both throttle and steering
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Airtronics 361 works well.. 200oz at .07
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I run the Hobbico cs-170 steering and cs-160 for throttle, 170 = 5955 160=5625 Hitec's.
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what's up guys, I'm just getting back into racing and I am almost finished with my JamminX1 buggy and I installed a Hitec5955 steering and I don't know which throttle to use. I was thinking about the hitec645mg but I just wanted some more opinions. Thanks
I didn't have very good results with a 5645... (digital) not really strong enough OR fast enough. 645 is probably similar.

I have a Futaba 9351 on throttle, Hitec 5955TG on steering... great combination. Of course a 5955TG on throttle would work nicely too...

GOOD info on the rebadged HiTecs for about $25 less than the one with their name on it.
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ace ds 1313 for the price or ace ds1051, both are plenty fast
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i run a jr z9100s its more than enough for the throttle but the 645 should work great
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thanks guys, I'm really wanting a servo with at least .10sec/60 degress so if you know of a reliable servo with this capibility please let me know. thanks again
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I use airtronics 94358 for both steering and throttle. 10/sec speed and 200/oz torque. analog.

the 94359 is the same, jut with a heatsink.
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Hitec 5985
Speed: 0.13sec (@6v)
Torque: 172 oz/in. (@6v)

http://www.carolinasrc.com/webstore/...idproduct=4929
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Hitec 5985
Speed: 0.13sec (@6v)
Torque: 172 oz/in. (@6v)

http://www.carolinasrc.com/webstore/...idproduct=4929
I have this in my GS truggy for steering and doesnt seem to do it for me, i want that 330oz .15 servo from HITEC
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not to hijack this thread. but can you give me your opinion on this servo

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....MEWA:IT&ih=020
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Don't bother. I've tried them...they are good, for all of maybe five minutes. Once it heats up a bit, something inside goes doodoo.
I am running JR Z9100S for throttle, .06/180 and an Ace 1015 on steer,
.10/200...with LiPo
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thanks nitro... all i wanted to hear, though i did expect the quality to be preety bad.

like everything in life, you get what you pay for.
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thanks guys, I'm really wanting a servo with at least .10sec/60 degress so if you know of a reliable servo with this capibility please let me know. thanks again
JR Z9100S... .06sec/60 and 180oz/in @6V, 3 year warranty....

Best throttle servo on the market IMO


EDIT: What Nitro said.... should read more before posting! lol
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