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Old 11-01-2010, 11:53 AM   #16
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holy shoot, almost $200 a piece. damn
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Old 11-01-2010, 12:05 PM   #17
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Where did you pick these up Frank? Your underground Tunnel from China??? LMFAO
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Where did you pick these up Frank? Your underground Tunnel from China??? LMFAO
Close... The tunnel needs upgrades...

Actually straight from KO I think they came from San Luis Obispo/ Santa Barbara 805 Area. But man let me tell you they are very strict when ordering I practically had to give blood to verify my credit card. They bring back the bling that the JR's had.
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They look like a really nice servo. I am trying out the Savox ones this season
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I might switch to the new KO's myself. Always been a KO guy. My 2143/2144 worked up until this year and I replaced the throttle with a 2376 and a Hitec 7950 for steering.

Knock on wood, so far so good. Running straight lipo they've been good. The KO is the fastest I've ever run on straight lipo (sub .08s) and the 7950 is the most rediculous servo I've ever seen. I just hope they hold up.

They are both serious. That said, there's something about the new all alum KO's that are oh so nice. I think they still make the smoothest servos out there with the best resolution in the biz...
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Frankie, keep me in mind for your hand-down Hitecs

I hereby dub you the Bling Master!!
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Man Frankie you got more nick names then smilys ! LOL servos look nice
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there are many great brands of servos, i use savox for throttle(1258tg)
its flipping fast. with 12-14kg torq. and a few others for steering.

don't get anything too torqy or next time you pick up your runaway it also wont have a carb attached anymore.
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