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Old 04-05-2013, 10:29 AM   #1
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Default I discovered a really cool website!

I figured I would share the experience!

http://www.servodatabase.com/servos/all
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Old 04-07-2013, 11:25 AM   #2
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Pretty cool site.
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I thought so!
It also has a nice advanced search function so you can search for servos under certain specifications, will list only what fits your specs...
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Just too bad the best servo's like Radiopost and ProTek (not ProTech) aren't in there.
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Just too bad the best servo's like Radiopost and ProTek (not ProTech) aren't in there.
I wouldn't say the best, but for the money they are good options...
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WOW! Look at the torque on this beast! LOL!

http://www.servodatabase.com/servo/t...seiko/ssps-105
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yea man , great link , been using it for a while
I take an engraver and etch all specs right onto the case of the servo to save me looking it up again and again and again.... helps if you have a drawer full of swervos.
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WOW! Look at the torque on this beast! LOL!

http://www.servodatabase.com/servo/t...seiko/ssps-105
I think it'll require a little modding to my servo mounting position.

With this, you don't have a servo saver, you have a front suspension saver (for when you have your EPA set wrong).

Do you think they have an HV version for guys running 6S, looking for a little speed?

No more waiting for a turn marshal. For those times you find yourself trapped under a pipe, just give it a lttle steering jog and move that pipe outa your way.
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I think it'll require a little modding to my servo mounting position.

With this, you don't have a servo saver, you have a front suspension saver (for when you have your EPA set wrong).

Do you think they have an HV version for guys running 6S, looking for a little speed?

No more waiting for a turn marshal. For those times you find yourself trapped under a pipe, just give it a lttle steering jog and move that pipe outa your way.
haha you can take off a marshals finger if your not careful..
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Just too bad the best servo's like Radiopost and ProTek (not ProTech) aren't in there.
+1 I saw Radiopost wasn't in there. And depending on the car Radiopost is for sure high up there on the best servo chart.
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Using this database for a long time, the only thing is that there is no way to be sure about the torque and speed values unless you mesure them by yourself. It's like the C ratings on the lipos, brands can say what they want. I would trust a 12kg futaba servo more than a 16kg savox
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I havn't looked at it for awhile, they used to be good at updating it with new models I thought?
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i use to use it alot pretty decent site
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Servo specs are only as accurate as the manufacturer wants them to be.

Since the release of our own servo brand we have tested every servo on the market on our own machines. Some of the numbers being released are nothing more than dreams. We just have to wait for people to try our servos and let them speak for themselves.
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Used that alot when I was flying RC Planes.

Its a great website.
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