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Old 04-19-2010, 08:03 AM   #31
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At the track I have seen just about every brand of servo fail. You just see much fewer hitecs fail compared to the other guys. Since I switched to hitec no issues here. The hv servos do seem to draw more juice from the battery. I have a buddy that uses 7955's and I use the hv 7950/7940 combo, we both use the losi lipo battery for the receiver. On race day with the same time on the track my receiver pack takes 15-20% more mah. So I think the hv sevos take more juice to run. The futaba bls servos fall into this high drain category too.
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Old 04-19-2010, 08:32 AM   #32
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WOW.

The thread I opened said "truggy servo".

You guys need to remember that there are children reading this stuff.

That kind of language is totally un-called for.
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OK, Futabe BLS152 is fitted for steering and sounding mean to say the least.

I cant see how it drives yet as i am in the middle of rebuilding my car for the NSW state titles but as soon as it is running i will do a write up on it

I did have to file out the carbon fibre tray a little to get it to fit in.. Once fitted it looks very tough with its slight over size construction

This is one serious servo.. I love overkill



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Old 04-28-2010, 10:25 AM   #34
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Yes you can use this servo. I would not but you can, but any servo that say "Very high current drain is normal" is not what i want. Its made for air craft cause they can use a bigger battery...

I love how people claim to be sticking up for kids...hahahaha Like kids dont swear or use bad language. Bunch of cry babies. You show me a track that have racers that dont swear..........waaaaaaa I cant believe people can get soooooooooooo but hurt over a swear word.....
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