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Old 06-18-2009, 12:33 AM   #16
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I run the Hitec 7955 in steering and throtle.

Integra will tell you spend the money now and be done with it. If you go with a cheaper servo now it will cost you alot more in the long run. I have put my servos through hell and I mean hell and not one single problem.

Some will say its overkill, I say its well worth it.

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Appreciate all the advice on throttle servo's just need to make a decision now

Without having to start a new thread, i am looking at using the king headz engine mount when i get my new buggy. What is the difference between the standard and extended mounts........ will it actually matter which i get?
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Appreciate all the advice on throttle servo's just need to make a decision now

Without having to start a new thread, i am looking at using the king headz engine mount when i get my new buggy. What is the difference between the standard and extended mounts........ will it actually matter which i get?
Get the extended mount. Lots of people say that the mount helps extend clutch bearing life.
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You guys think you can get away with the 452 or 7985 for steering? I was looking at these and the DS1313 for my 2nd buggy an E-conversion?
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What about using the Hitec 6975 (144 oz., .10 sec ) for a throttle servo??

I was going to go for the 7985 (172 oz., .13 sec) but the 6975 is a little bit faster (there is only a $5 difference in price betwee these 2.
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You guys think you can get away with the 452 or 7985 for steering? I was looking at these and the DS1313 for my 2nd buggy an E-conversion?
I am using a BLS451 (147oz/.10sec @ 6v) for steering in my 1/8 buggy, it's excellent. I previously used a Hitec 5945 which is the predecessor to the 7985, same torque/speed.
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