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Old 07-14-2009, 06:12 PM   #1
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How much torque is needed for a throtle servo for good braking. I have found several really high speed ones but they (hi tech 5965) only has 130 oz of trorque. It has 0.1 seconds transit time. I would settle for a itty bit less speed if i could have a little more torque. How much torque is suffeciant for braking?


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How much torque is needed for a throtle servo for good braking. I have found several really high speed ones but they (hi tech 5965) only has 130 oz of trorque. It has 0.1 seconds transit time. I would settle for a itty bit less speed if i could have a little more torque. How much torque is suffeciant for braking?


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I haved run the JR9100s and I like the speed. The hitec 7965 works well too. Personally I like the faster servos but I think they need around 150 oz of tourque to properly stop a truggy, maybe less in a buggy.
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