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Old 11-28-2010, 11:00 PM   #1
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what's the min torque needed for 1/8 buggy brakes as the throttle servo. Would 125 oz/in metal gear hold up well? I have some 125oz servos lying around and if they're not too weak, i'd like to use them on the throttle/brake
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what's the min torque needed for 1/8 buggy brakes as the throttle servo. Would 125 oz/in metal gear hold up well? I have some 125oz servos lying around and if they're not too weak, i'd like to use them on the throttle/brake
i like 12kg+, so like the savox 58TG, also a wicked speed of 0.08, they are also a tad smaller then the normal sized ones(just not as tall) so they are lighter, seem to go good in losis, as losis tend to fry the normal sized ones
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I have always used somthing around 100oz for throttle/brake they should work just fine for ya. I didn't feel any difference when I steeped up from that either.
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I always liked a faster servo for throttle, like most something in 125oz to 200oz...0.06 to 0.12..and just an FYI..analog servos work better in throttle "duty" than digital..digital servos don't liked to be stalled..if frys the circuit boards..
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It should be fine. I personally like them to be higher on torque though i run the spektrum a6030 in throttle and love it. 278 oz torque and all only for 100 bucks. Some will say you can get used 8711's and stuff for that but used servos arent as good as new to me.
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