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Old 06-08-2009, 07:49 PM   #271
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Ok, i am researching servos. Every one says for steering get the hitech 7955. It has 333oz of torque at 6.0 volts. It also has a speed of .18. Now airtronics has one 94780m and it has 423oz of torque!! at a speed of .15! For throtle airtronics makes 94758. It has a speed of (get this), 0.06 seconds!! Holy cow those are some impressive specs.

Now here is my question. Why all the love for hitech?? Airtronics makes very high quality radios (i have a m11). with the specs on thease servos, you would think everyone would have one. Do they break?? So they have a shitty waranty??

What gives? Are they as good as the specs say?

How many gallons will i get out of them
I had the 94357 and it was nothing but trouble. I sent it in to Airtronics and it cost me $45 to get it fixed. Hitec is much better quality.
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Old 06-09-2009, 06:43 PM   #272
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I DON'T EVER HAVE TO BUY NEW WRENCH'S!!!!!








Just dremmel about 2mm off the tip and there as good as new



each wrench is several inches long. There are 25 mm in a inch sooooo, if one tip can last me a month i could concievably not buy wreches for about 30 years!!!!!
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I DON'T EVER HAVE TO BUY NEW WRENCH'S!!!!!








Just dremmel about 2mm off the tip and there as good as new



each wrench is several inches long. There are 25 mm in a inch sooooo, if one tip can last me a month i could concievably not buy wreches for about 30 years!!!!!

dremeling off the tip will also temper the tip , make it a little softer and prone to stripping....and why don't you try and build a kit with allen keys and report back as to how much you hate those little thing.
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got some fuel tubing from my lhs. It has a white powdery residue. Is this normal? will it hurt my engine? Gonna flush it i guess. How is everyone doing
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Old 09-05-2009, 12:43 PM   #276
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got some fuel tubing from my lhs. It has a white powdery residue. Is this normal? will it hurt my engine? Gonna flush it i guess. How is everyone doing
It's just powdered sugar. They put it on the tubeing as it's being molded soit deosn't stick to the machine makeing it.

Haven't you seen racers pulling thier fuel line through their mouth before they install that new piece? It's a nice treat.
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is there supposed to be "some play" in the rear engine bearing? If i stick my finger through the rear crankcase of my ninja and into the rear bearing, it will move back and forth ever so slightly.
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is there supposed to be "some play" in the rear engine bearing? If i stick my finger through the rear crankcase of my ninja and into the rear bearing, it will move back and forth ever so slightly.
Yes Dreaux, a little play is normal.
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