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Old 02-10-2010, 10:00 AM   #46
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Me too! But then again Maximo, when I run the Clocked
engines that you modded for me, most of my steering is
done with my throddle finger. LOL!!! PULL THA TRIGGA!!!!!!
Having power sure changes things LOL !
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187 milliseconds was my best.
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Old 02-10-2010, 10:19 AM   #48
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I think this is a better test of reflexes, judgement, and timing...

http://www.atom.com/fun_games/tiger_...xrs=eml_121709



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Old 02-10-2010, 12:11 PM   #49
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300 average for me. My opinion on servos is this, for steering, I'd rather have super torque and good speed. As for throttle, how often do you need to get to WFO in .06secs. And if your brakes are set-up right, it don't need to be that fast either. So I just run two 7955's. Just my .02.
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110 was my best and then I can consistently average 157. But I'm a kid so

I like high end servos because normally they are a better build, higher quality and have a lot of torque. A faster servo will still help your steering feel more accurate.
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Old 02-10-2010, 01:14 PM   #51
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i got a 227 as my best didn't really try all that often but I still say you can feel the difference in a servos reaction time
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i sucked, i am used to waiting five seconds for the gate to drop from motocross. so if it took longer than five seconds i would get low, .500, befor 5 seconds i got low .300. weard how the mind does that.


As my take for the servo responce time. It is the time it takes for the servo to react. So while you are driving and the guy infront of you crashes. it takes you .300 seconds to react. So at .300 seconds you turn the wheel to turn around him. It takes your cars servo .18 (just a stanard time.) to turn the wheel after you inital .300 seconds it to you to do it. So that make the total time .318 seconds befor you smoke the crashed car infront of you. this simple math explains why guy feel the differance between servo speeds.
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i sucked, i am used to waiting five seconds for the gate to drop from motocross. so if it took longer than five seconds i would get low, .500, befor 5 seconds i got low .300. weard how the mind does that.


As my take for the servo responce time. It is the time it takes for the servo to react. So while you are driving and the guy infront of you crashes. it takes you .300 seconds to react. So at .300 seconds you turn the wheel to turn around him. It takes your cars servo .18 (just a stanard time.) to turn the wheel after you inital .300 seconds it to you to do it. So that make the total time .318 seconds befor you smoke the crashed car infront of you. this simple math explains why guy feel the differance between servo speeds.
Check your decimals rider. It would actually be .480 seconds.
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Old 02-10-2010, 03:04 PM   #54
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I think this is a better test of reflexes, judgement, and timing...

http://www.atom.com/fun_games/tiger_...xrs=eml_121709



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the best i got was 210
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i think my mouse has some lag

.280 avg.
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i think my mouse has some lag

.280 avg.
my wireless mouse has some, my best was a 270 no better then i use the mouse on the laptop bam 210.
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Check your decimals rider. It would actually be .480 seconds.
LOL got simple math wrong. whoops.
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quickest was 203 but i did that about 5 times in a row.
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First time; 190 milliseconds, second time 55 milliseconds...

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Sorry to dissapoint you guys, but as far as a measure of the value of servo speed, this test is moot.

What you need is a test to see how fast the servo reacts to you, not how fast your reaction time is.
Nonsense - it shows you that even a "slow" servo can go lock to lock faster than the non-Photoshoppers can click a mouse. It's just meant to have a little fun. Go burn some ants with a magnifying glass! j/k
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