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Old 11-24-2009, 05:03 PM   #1
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Default Buzzy Team Orion servos?

I just bought a set of these servos for my truggy. The VDS 2015 and VDS 1007. I installed these just to get them set up an WOW are they loud. Not insanely loud but more then I would expect out of a high torque digital servo. What is really surprising me is the 2015 is buzzing with no load on the front wheels (got them suspened in the air) while stationary and centered. Anyone have experience with these servos? Are they just like this? From what I can tell they are re-badged airtronics.
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Old 11-24-2009, 05:21 PM   #2
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yea i got the one that has the blue sicker on it the one thats has 138 oz of torque for my 1/8 buggy,my only will buzz very little though when i touch the wheels while its on maybe something binding does it stop after u put your truggy down .
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yea i got the one that has the blue sicker on it the one thats has 138 oz of torque for my 1/8 buggy,my only will buzz very little though when i touch the wheels while its on maybe something binding does it stop after u put your truggy down . there good servos by the way
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