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Old 02-15-2011, 10:42 AM   #1
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Racing on a budget and I have Hitec Servos, what goes were

HS 985mg
HS 5625mg
Im thinking more torque on the throttle is that correct
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One is 172 oz 985mg torque and other is 130 oz torque 5625. 985 steering and 5625 throttle/brake.
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Racing on a budget and I have Hitec Servos, what goes were

HS 985mg
HS 5625mg
Im thinking more torque on the throttle is that correct
HS 985mg
Transit time: 0.16 sec/ 60 deg. @ 4.8V (0.13 sec/deg @ 6V)
Torque: 9.6kg/cm (133 oz/in) @ 4.8V (172 oz/in @ 6V)

HS 5625mg
Transit time: 0.17 sec/ 60 deg. @ 4.8V (0.14 sec/deg @ 6V)
Torque: 109.7 oz/in @ 4.8V (130.5 oz/in @ 6V)

What will you be using these servos for?
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More torque on the steering and you want some good speed on the throttle. So Put the HS985 on the steering and the HS 5625 on the throttle. and you are good to go.
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More torque on the steering and you want some good speed on the throttle. So Put the HS985 on the steering and the HS 5625 on the throttle. and you are good to go.
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imo the higher torque on the steering will help the servo last longer. the servo doesnt have to work as hard to keep the wheels turned, and helps with the abuse of the rough landings and crashes
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Im using it in my D8 and I will try the 985 for streering and the 5625 for the throttle/brake. Things are a lot different from coming from 1/10 scale, thanks for the help.
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