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Old 08-28-2008, 03:04 PM   #31
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Sorry updating site please check bacl in a few days nw server to make it faster. www.teamcobraracingusa.com
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Old 08-28-2008, 04:08 PM   #32
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Hey Guys,

I am the one that wrote the review for the servos. I do race and test products for Team Cobra, but I pay for anything I get, nothing free. When I test and write a review for Cobra products, I give the truth. Team Cobra doesn't want me to lie just to sell stuff, and I wouldn’t do that anyway. Angelo is a straight up guy that wants to sell quality products and if something needs to be improved Angelo wants to hear about it. I have used three other manufacturer’s servos and they have all broken. I went through two servos from one company in a five minute qualifier. 1/8 scale is hard on servos.

So basically, it is just my input on the product. If you are happy with what you are running, then stay with that company. If you are looking for opinions on another company’s product, here is what I thought of it. I am not about bashing other companies or their product – just want to let people know what I think of Team Cobra’s products that I am able to try.

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Why did you not just post this yourself?

This does not make it any more credible.

Again, get them out there. I am sure that there is some people on this board who would like to try them. Offer some at cost to some people and let them speak for themselves.
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Old 08-28-2008, 04:21 PM   #33
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I posted it on a different forum and Angelo beat me to the punch on putting a copy on this forum. In the future I will make sure I post the reviews here a little quicker.

As for trying them out for cost that is up to Team Cobra.

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Old 08-28-2008, 04:59 PM   #34
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Dear Mr. Cobra,

I went to your siite it was up no problems there. However friendly suggestion to help with American sales. Please convert your tech data from metric to standard. Keep in mind your trying to break into an American market and were lazy. We get turned off trying to figure out metric to standard. Just a suggestion no offense intended. I'm going to try one of your servo's if I can figure out which one I should buy.
Dear sir

I have updated the website to have ounce specs for the servos ok.

www.cobra-sinoracing.com

go to rc electronics link and then click more .

by the way ounce is not standard by any means .the kg and the metric is what is standard world wide apart from the states .

thank you for the advice all sorted now
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I also went to the website and found only 2 servo's. A micro, and a Standard. i also could not tell the specs since they were Metric. I think I'll skip it until it's more user friendly and they have than 1 servo to choose from
Dear Sir here is the link for the servos

http://www.cobra-sinoracing.com/en/a...re.asp?atype=5

i dont know were you found the micro servo as we dont have a micro servo on the site or do we supply micro servos.
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Old 08-28-2008, 05:09 PM   #36
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I would not buy one now just by how rude they were...o well
i will be out of the mental institution soon angelo hope your products do well , i still haven't seen one team cobra product to date . maybe someday .
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Old 08-28-2008, 05:14 PM   #37
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Do these servos use ball bearings or bushings on
the shafts? What are the out-put gears made out
of (Ti, Steel, Alum, Brass, Plastic)? How about showing
some pics with the gear cover off. Show us that these
are the hi-quality servos that you say they are and that
our hard earned money won't be wasted.
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Old 08-28-2008, 05:32 PM   #38
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Dear Sir here is the link for the servos

http://www.cobra-sinoracing.com/en/a...re.asp?atype=5

i dont know were you found the micro servo as we dont have a micro servo on the site or do we supply micro servos.

Yesterday there were only 2 servos on the site. i clicked on everything! 1 claimed it was Micro, and the other claimed standard.

Today I see it is much easier to navigate, there are quite a few more servo's to choose from, and some of the specs are pretty impressive, how do I get pricing?
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635oz of torque something is not right there! Musta been lost in the conversion.
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http://www.unitconversion.org/unit_c...er/weight.html so you can do the conversion
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Whatever they use to test the strength of their servos can't be very acurate cause theres no way in he!! the servo has 635oz of torque.
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635oz of torque something is not right there! Musta been lost in the conversion.

That's maybe a little over 18kg.
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the 635oz is per cm, not inch. probably something like 260-270 oz/in. Have a closer look
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the 635oz is per cm, not inch. probably something like 260-270 oz/in. Have a closer look
You are correct it cm's not inchs over this part of the world its cm's not inchs the only place on earth that has inchs is the united states thats all .which is not a problem but akward sometimes thats all not for me as i worked on boeing 747,737and 767 aircraft which were all imperial so i learnt the system but for others its not that easy .
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Old 08-28-2008, 10:15 PM   #45
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Guys my site is swithcing to new server will be up by monday with pricing and all the specs. All gears are alum. even the little gear on bottom that breaks alot on fut. The motors are smooth and dont shake like other digital servos do. I ran them last weekend with no problems. I ran the 9kg on throttle and 13 kg on steering I think the 18kg is going to be great for truggy. price will be better than all the others. Also them come with two types of servo arms ment for 1/8 scale racing. Also the rubber gromments fit well with no tears. PLease ask any other question. thanks
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