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Old 10-07-2009, 04:11 AM   #1
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will the 5625mg servo can be a good steering servo for the buggy?can this servo withstand hard crashes on the track?
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It will work...but while it's .14sec speed is considered average the low torque will not allow the servo to reach those speeds while on the car and driving...but it should work...if you are an average driver...leave it...if not...5985 is my choice!!
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I run with 5625 for 3 season without any problem on my truggy, buggy and MT. For the price, this servo do the job realy well
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