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Old 04-08-2010, 05:27 PM   #16
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You can even run it with a 2S lipo and no regulator! 383oz!!!
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Old 04-08-2010, 05:46 PM   #17
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Another vote for the Hitec 7955TG. So far I have had zero issues with mine. It doesn't say it in the add usually, but like Tiger said you can run them with 7.4V straight without a problem.
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Old 04-08-2010, 05:50 PM   #18
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i just picked up a hobbico CS-170 a couple weeks ago and i really like it! hitec makes it so you know its good. and a friend has been running one in his truggy for 2 years now. and VERY little slop in it. and they are 90 bucks on tower hobbies
warranty wise id prefer to have Hitec as the Name on the servo Vs Hobbico....we all Know the rep Hitec carries and for the extra 10$.....kinda easy decision.



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+1. The 5955 (older version of the 7955) thats in my truggy is 4 years old. Zero issues.
You know what I got a 5955 that is about that old that's still kickin as well. Absolutely bulletproof servo!
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Old 04-08-2010, 06:35 PM   #20
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I know INTEGRA is sold on JR servos, hands down.
ROFL

Hitec all the way. Their servos and warranty can't be beat.
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Old 04-08-2010, 06:38 PM   #21
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...a-Torque-Servo
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You know what I got a 5955 that is about that old that's still kickin as well. Absolutely bulletproof servo!
I just started running lipo direct (No regulator) since last year and all is good.
5955 steering
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Both are 4 years old no issues.
Got the same exact setup in my buggy.

To the original poster, Hitec is your answer, look no further.
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I'm still loving my ace's 1013's. 3 years now.
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Old 04-08-2010, 08:37 PM   #24
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I just came back into the hobby and nothing beats my trusty

KO Propo Servos.........very expensive now but it will last a long time.

And worth every penny.
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I'm still loving my ace's 1013's. 3 years now.
How many gear sets have you went through to make it 3 yrs ?
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That is practically a 7955 servo without the titanium gears. The board on 7054 is the same as the gen-2 7955 (which is what you will get if you buy a new 7955 today)


About ds1015... I bought 5 x 1015 3yrs ago 3 of these 5 failed within a year got replacements and sold replacements w/o even opening the seal. The other 2 are still running some day. But when they will fail (if and when they do) they too would be replaced with hitec.
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dishsoap. I will get those pics for you tonight.
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I run Power HD HD-1501MG Standard Size Analog Metal Gear Servo. For $18 you get a 235 oz torque servo. they are the best bang for your buck.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...tal-Gear-Servo
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I am very happy with my 645mg, they are cheap so you can easily replace them without burning a hole in your walllet
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You know what I got a 5955 that is about that old that's still kickin as well. Absolutely bulletproof servo!
Would you wanna sell it JAMMIN? haha.
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