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Old 08-05-2009, 07:32 PM   #1
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Default how much torque does it take to stop a buggy really well

Just curious.
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I would say anything over around 200oz should be good. Most digital hi torque servos have more than that.
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I would say anything over around 200oz should be good. Most digital hi torque servos have more than that.
so if i want something faster then .15 i will have to go with jr. Hitec has high speed .10, .13 but they only have 144oz of torque.
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that will work fine
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It would probably only take 80oz/in or so but remember, and 80 oz servo would be maxed out while a 180 would barely break a sweat. That brings durability into play as well.
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