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Old 07-23-2009, 02:46 PM   #1
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my Ae S1903 throttle servo just failed and was wondering if anyone knows how much tourque it has? i would like to get one with the same or maybe a little more but still a reasonable price.
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my Ae S1903 throttle servo just failed and was wondering if anyone knows how much tourque it has? i would like to get one with the same or maybe a little more but still a reasonable price.
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From the AE website:

Servo S1903 (For metal gears, see #29125.)

Name: S1903
Torque (Kg-cm)/(oz-in): 3.0/41.7
Speed: (sec/60): 0.19
Weight (g/oz.): 46.5/1.64
Gear Type: 4P (plastic)
Bearing: 2 bushings
Din (mm): 40.4 x 20.0 x 37.9

Now... what do you consider a "reasonable" price? That one lists for $15.99, you can buy them on Ebay for $7.

Ummm... you don't have that in your RC8 do you? No wonder it died. You need at least double the torque.

Cheap servo that is ok for throttle: (barely) http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...r-Servo-S-JR-Z $35.99

Similar, but Futaba instead of Hitec: http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-w-Metal-Gears

Airtronics, and less than the other 2: http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Bearing-Servo

There are lots more options, but I wouldn't go with anything LESS than those..
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Old 07-23-2009, 03:07 PM   #3
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From the AE website:

Servo S1903 (For metal gears, see #29125.)

Name: S1903
Torque (Kg-cm)/(oz-in): 3.0/41.7
Speed: (sec/60): 0.19
Weight (g/oz.): 46.5/1.64
Gear Type: 4P (plastic)
Bearing: 2 bushings
Din (mm): 40.4 x 20.0 x 37.9

Now... what do you consider a "reasonable" price? That one lists for $15.99, you can buy them on Ebay for $7.

dang thats cheap!! i thought that was a pretty good servo really. cant believe its that cheap. i think ill just get the one at my LHS that has 152oz of tourque for 50 bucks. but thanks for helping me! i didnt even think to look on their site for it
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