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Old 08-29-2010, 02:14 PM   #16
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oh yea espially for a buggy.
that is ony a little more than my throttle
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One of the best servos made. Don't even consider the others. You want a Hitec 7955 or 7950. The 7955 is plenty fast and has torque to spare. No servo will outlast a 7955.
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that is ony a little more than my throttle

it will work trust me !
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it will work trust me !
i think im gona probly go with the hitec 7955
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i think im gona probly go with the hitec 7955
Do it! There isn't a better steering servo made besides the 7950 and only when running unregulated lipo. If you're running NIMH the 7955 is the best you can buy.
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Old 08-29-2010, 02:46 PM   #21
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shadowhope you have a pm my me.
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Old 08-29-2010, 02:54 PM   #22
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i upgraded to hi voltage, my servos are up for sale

HITEC's
2-7955tg $60.00 each
1-7966hb $55.00

JR's
2-9100s $60.00 each
1-9100t $60.00

Futaba
2 S3152 $30.00 each

Losi rx 2000mah lipo $20.00

all in perfect working order.
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Old 08-29-2010, 03:56 PM   #23
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ive sseen where some servos work on 6V how muxh voltage is a 1400 NiMH
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ive sseen where some servos work on 6V how muxh voltage is a 1400 NiMH
That's a 5 cell NIMH pack, so 6V.

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7955 with unregulated lipo is probably the best you can get. Last forever!!
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That's a 5 cell NIMH pack, so 6V.

7955 7955 7955 7955 7955 7955 7955 7955!
yepp yepp i know what ima get

7955 7955 7955 7955 7955 7955 7955 7955
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You guys prefer the 7955 over the 7950? I'm running a brushless converted mbx6t and finally killed an older KO that's been a workhorse. No need to run anything unreg'd at 7.4v so 6v response/power is what I'm after.

The 7955 provide enough? Bout $30 cheaper.
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You guys prefer the 7955 over the 7950? I'm running a brushless converted mbx6t and finally killed an older KO that's been a workhorse.

It was rated at 185oz/in and .13 @ 6v and I response and power were pretty good.

theres just a lot of guys on here that are bias to hitec thats all.
futaba and, orion servos are just as good as long as you set the endpoints up good.

ive had my for about 2 years.
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You guys prefer the 7955 over the 7950? I'm running a brushless converted mbx6t and finally killed an older KO that's been a workhorse. No need to run anything unreg'd at 7.4v so 6v response/power is what I'm after.

The 7955 provide enough? Bout $30 cheaper.
They're both awesome servos. I really love the 7950 running HV, but if you're just running 6v, the 7955 is more than enough. I don't think there's a tougher servo made.

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theres just a lot of guys on here that are bias to hitec thats all.
futaba and, orion servos are just as good as long as you set the endpoints up good.

ive had my for about 2 years.
Sorry, you're wrong.
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They're both awesome servos. I really love the 7950 running HV, but if you're just running 6v, the 7955 is more than enough. I don't think there's a tougher servo made.



Sorry, you're wrong.

well hey, it works for me and the servos i been using have lasted for a long time.
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