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Old 05-05-2009, 06:43 PM   #1
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Ace ds1313 173.6oz at .13 OR Futaba BLS452 194.5oz at .14????? I havent tried either of these brands servos wise and wanted to try both. I run Hitec now and am very happy with them I just like to try new stuff, I cant sit and say this is better than this if I havent use it right. I am leaning towards the Futaba and made these particular choices because they both are like $75 and both have enough torque and speed to work for both duties on my buggy. Thanks
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I have the Ace DS1313 and use it for steering on my MGT, works decently, but will be putting it on throttle when I get a Hitec 7955.

I have never used Futaba, so can't say anything about those, unfortunately.
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Hi guys, I was wondering how to know if your servo saver is adjusted right. I have a jammin truggy. I only ran it one time and I dont want to ruin a servo. Thanks for any advice.
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+2 on hitec 7955 for steering and I use a 7965 for throttle. I used JR 9100t/s last year and I like the hitec much better. The JR's sit in the pit box now and I have the same hitec for backup. Futaba BLS are a great product but they are very high drain on the battery.
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I have 5955 I was asking about them 2.
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