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Old 10-18-2008, 07:50 AM   #1
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what servos working for a long time? what is the best servos for throttle, and steering? for 808.
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If you want something good that's cheap, I just bought a Futaba S3305 and I'm loving it. It cost around $40, $35 through TowerHobbies. So far I'm extremely happy with it and it makes plenty of torque even for a heavy buggy such as mine.
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jr 9100 s save the reciept if it fails they will send you a new one
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I like the Associated ACE DS1015 or DS1313 work really well. (1313 would be the steering) I run (2) 1015 in my Losi 8ight and when I get my XRAY808 I will use them there as well. Otherwise, the Z9100S and Z9100T are great options too. Oh and the Cyclic JR one is cool too DS8717

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FUTABA 9452 for both duties.

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there is no such thing as good and cheap in 1/8 scale servos. you should spend at least a $100 for steering and not less than $50 for throttle, unless its a losi, then you need a $100 throttle servo that needs to be set up perfectly
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