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Old 08-09-2009, 05:48 PM   #16
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We've had good luck with the Orion servo's, before we ran the Ace 1015/ Associated 1015 with no problems.



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Old 08-09-2009, 07:34 PM   #17
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I just read the 1st page of the thread and I dont think anyone has mentioned the 7955 servo from hitec, so I will now. Hitec 7955 for the steering and 7965 for the throttle/ brake. I have been using this combo in my truggy this season and I love it. Last year I ran the 9100S/T without problems, they are my second choice. Unless money is no issue then defiantly the JR high voltage 9100HVT/S Lipo ready and built to withstand anything.
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I like the Jr 9100s i have two in my buggy and i love them
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Old 08-11-2009, 07:30 PM   #19
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Dont buy any hitec servos there junk!! My friend had one and smoked out of the box. Now he has 2 orion vortex servos .09 and 195oz loves it, has them both for steering and gas. Best bang for the buck.
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The 7955 can handle 2 cell lipo. A 2 cell lipo(7.4v) is really 8.4v when fully charged.
Can't find anything that says you can run lipo's (without a regulator) on these servo's...........

How long are they lasting????
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Thats funny as hell!! "Dont buy any Hitec servos their junk" Just wondering how its one of the 2 top servos by volume sold for racers & its junk? Maybe its all those other people talking about their bad experience with them your going by?
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Can't find anything that says you can run lipo's (without a regulator) on these servo's...........

How long are they lasting????
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I would try (2) 7955TG's with no regulator, i'm on the 12th month with mine no issues. The 7955TG's are designed for high voltage.
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Can't find anything that says you can run lipo's (without a regulator) on these servo's...........

How long are they lasting????
Check out the Hitec forum. Straight from the horses mouth. The 7950's that will soon be replacing the 7955 will be labled as HV.

Until Hitecs HV servos come out, the 7955 is the only Hitec servo rated for 8.4
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Dont buy any hitec servos there junk!! My friend had one and smoked out of the box. Now he has 2 orion vortex servos .09 and 195oz loves it, has them both for steering and gas. Best bang for the buck.


too funny.
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