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Old 07-29-2009, 12:49 PM   #1
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Default Orion servos.....has any1 been using them?

How are the orion servos?.....need some feedback
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Old 07-29-2009, 12:52 PM   #2
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How are the orion servos?.....need some feedback
check the SEARCH function, it's very helpful in this forum ;-)

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Ok will do ...ty
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Ive been using the VDS 2015 ever since my 9000t took a dump. I havent noticed any lack of torque or speed between the two. Overall, the performance is great, but its to soon to tell how reliable they will be. Guessing if its got Orions name on it, they will be good.
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Ive been using the VDS 2015 ever since my 9000t took a dump. I havent noticed any lack of torque or speed between the two. Overall, the performance is great, but its to soon to tell how reliable they will be. Guessing if its got Orions name on it, they will be good.
if I am not mistaken these are savox servos just rebadged
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if I am not mistaken these are savox servos just rebadged
Yes, they're great quality products. Ive had nothing but flawless performance out of mine.
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Old 07-30-2009, 12:48 AM   #7
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I've been using the VDS1409 for steering. I have not noticed any issues with it. It is extremely fast and has no problem turning the wheels on my RC8T. They are also on average about .5 - .7 ounces lighter then other servos of the same type. But like it has been posted it is too early to tell yet on durability
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