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Old 08-29-2010, 06:51 PM   #31
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I just wish the 7955 was a touch quicker.

I'd guess it'll perform well in a truggy app where ultimate speed probably isn't totally required. Seems to be the defacto std right now.

The 7945 looks like it would be the ideal middle ground but still not seeing it on shelves anywhere and I need a servo immediately. Big races coming and nothing in the truck right now....
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I just wish the 7955 was a touch quicker.

I'd guess it'll perform well in a truggy app where ultimate speed probably isn't totally required. Seems to be the defacto std right now.

The 7945 looks like it would be the ideal middle ground but still not seeing it on shelves anywhere and I need a servo immediately. Big races coming and nothing in the truck right now....

im running, the hitec 7954 sh servo for my steering on my truggy and it has a lot of torque and it wasy only $95.00

but i am having a problem with the centering now though.
and its coreless and diginal .
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I just wish the 7955 was a touch quicker.

I'd guess it'll perform well in a truggy app where ultimate speed probably isn't totally required. Seems to be the defacto std right now.

The 7945 looks like it would be the ideal middle ground but still not seeing it on shelves anywhere and I need a servo immediately. Big races coming and nothing in the truck right now....
The 7945 should be a killer servo. I'd like to give one a try myself. The 7955 is pretty darn fast as is though. I know the ratings don't show it as being too fast, but it feels fast on the track.
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I just wish the 7955 was a touch quicker.

I'd guess it'll perform well in a truggy app where ultimate speed probably isn't totally required. Seems to be the defacto std right now.

The 7945 looks like it would be the ideal middle ground but still not seeing it on shelves anywhere and I need a servo immediately. Big races coming and nothing in the truck right now....
An unregulated 7955 will have more than enough speed. I absolutely love that servo.
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7950's work like a dream...more than enough and last!
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7950's work like a dream...more than enough and last!
uugh so what do i need 7950 or 7955?
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for a 8ight 2.0 buggy?
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uugh so what do i need 7950 or 7955?
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7950's also center better than the 7955's IMO
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i read and that has like 450 torque. i thank that ius a little too much for a buggy lol??
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i read and that has like 450 torque. i thank that ius a little too much for a buggy lol??

yea thats way too much for a buggy lol ! i think 195 oz is enough for a buggy .
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With the power of now a day engines you can never have to much torque..there both good...just 7950's center better..IMO
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With the power of now a day engines you can never have to much torque..there both good...just 7950's center better..IMO

well yea, but it does depend on what kind kind of engine you run.
i mean i run a hobby 9 (s5) which is a sport engine and i ran a 3 port last year in my buggy and i used a 130 oz steering servo it turned fine.
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yea thats way too much for a buggy lol ! i think 195 oz is enough for a buggy .
im prolly just gonna go with the 7955 just cause its cheaper and has just as fast
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There's no such thing as too much. Both servos are awesome.
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