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Old 04-04-2009, 04:46 PM   #1
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has anyone out there used the orin servos.vds2015,vds1007,vds1407.
wanting to get some input on,was thinking about trying them out but nobody were im from are using them.drop me a line if anyone knows anything.thanks
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has anyone out there used the orin servos.vds2015,vds1007,vds1407.
wanting to get some input on,was thinking about trying them out but nobody were im from are using them.drop me a line if anyone knows anything.thanks
Ive used the 1007 and 1407...I love them. You wont regret grabbing a set.
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Old 04-04-2009, 05:26 PM   #3
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thanks for posting.greatly appreciated

anyone else that can add?
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Old 04-05-2009, 05:44 AM   #4
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They are just re badged Savox/Align servo's but twice the price. I have been using the Align version of the 12kg and they are great, they are a bit noiser but alot lighter than my previous ACE servos but cheaper here in the UK.
UK prices are
ALIGN only go up to 12kg and don't do the 20kg version but all that is required is a 20kg gear set to be put into the 12kg version.

ORION VDS-1409 75
SAVOX SC1258 55
ALIGN DS610 43

For the same servos

ALIGN http://www.emmodels.co.uk/align-ds61...ervo-835-p.asp

SAVOX http://www.m-k-racing.com/product_in...2&%3CosCsid%3E

ORION http://www.bluegrooveracing.co.uk/s....2&keywords=vds
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Around here the Savx and Orion servos are about the same.
I'm running the Orion 1007 on the throttle and i'm more than happy with it.
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damo666: I believe that Orion is the only one available in the US.
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Im using the Savox and so far soo good. Been running them atleast once a week.. and for about 1 n'half Month's... And had 0 issues as of yet. Alot of the local racers at my track are using them, as as John Hazlewood Top Uk driver races there and uses them.. but yea.. I really like mine.. its just now how long they will last.. compared to other's in the same Bracket..
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Andy whats the story with the alum gears? Thats what are making some guys think twice, I want to give them a shot but would like to know more about the gears. They say titanium and aluminum?????????????????????
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Anyone used these servos with unregulated lipo?
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What i had read on the Savox site, it is titanium gears in it.
http://www.savoxtech.com.tw/sc-1258.htm
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I've got 2 semi-new 2015's I've been thinking about selling. I got them with a truck I bought and don't really have a need for them as I'm a Hitec loyalist.
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