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Old 04-19-2011, 05:36 PM   #16
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savox 1267 or 1268 with lipo rx pack is the wat to go!! check with dlewis, he can hook ya up!!
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Old 04-19-2011, 05:43 PM   #17
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. I saw that Hitec is selling cheaper HV 5 thousand series servos on Amain that would be good for throttle if your worried about cost.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...tal-Gear-Servo
Hmm, anyone running that servo yet?
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Old 04-19-2011, 06:08 PM   #18
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Hmm, anyone running that servo yet?
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That servo is far from "Hi speed" lol @ Hi speed.. .16 Hi-speed? What a joke.


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Old 04-20-2011, 04:17 AM   #19
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KoPropo RSX Response Servo
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Old 04-20-2011, 06:30 AM   #20
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Hmm, anyone running that servo yet?
Too weak IMO.139 oz-in (10.0kg-cm) @ 7.4V

I say 200oz-n range.
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That servo is far from "Hi speed" lol @ Hi speed.. .16 Hi-speed? What a joke.


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Savox "high torque" and "Ultra torque" specs aren't anywhere near hitec's torque specs. you could go all day comparing specs to differnt models. Hitec makes some great servos, I have heard great thing about Savox. I plan on getting a savox to try out and keep as a back up.
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Savox "high torque" and "Ultra torque" specs aren't anywhere near hitec's torque specs. you could go all day comparing specs to differnt models. Hitec makes some great servos, I have heard great thing about Savox. I plan on getting a savox to try out and keep as a back up.

Don't really get your point there rider, this is not a "this VS that" thread

We were talking about that particular servo, not comparing companies. FWIW, I'd put money on Savox all day long for longevity after owning both unlike yourself.

If I were you I would keep that hitec as a back up. Better yet sell it off, you wont need a back up for Savox
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KO RSx servos are in a league of thier own. The precision, response and smoothness are un-matched by anyone.
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Don't really get your point there rider, this is not a "this VS that" thread

We were talking about that particular servo, not comparing companies. FWIW, I'd put money on Savox all day long for longevity after owning both unlike yourself.

If I were you I would keep that hitec as a back up. Better yet sell it off, you wont need a back up for Savox
I never stated this vs that. Your post implemented it. I simply put how "high speed" type terms are over rated and not to be used by judging a servo. I just used hitec as a reference to savox. No were did I say hitec was better. Actully this post I quated of yours you are implying that savox is better than hitec. quite hypocritical if of your own quote. "This is not a "this VS that thread."

When I get the savox it will stay a back up. It wouldn't make sense to run a servo with lesser specs. Plus hitec has been great to me.
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Actully this post I quated of yours you are implying that savox is better than hitec. quite hypocritical if of your own quote. "This is not a "this VS that thread.
Not hypocritical at all, rather ones own experience really. I said FWIW (For what it's worth) and I do have "my opinion" after owning both.
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Not hypocritical at all, rather ones own experience really. I said FWIW (For what it's worth) and I do have "my opinion" after owning both.
You are right we all have our own opinions. there really is no right or wrong awnser here, just a matter of who you ask to get there opinion.
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Spektrum A6030, under $100 and its got 278oz torque, and fast enough for steering!
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