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Old 04-30-2002, 02:53 AM
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What servo would you recomend for a 1/10 Nitro tourer with abs brakes or pulse braking....
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If money dont matter, I would simply buy the best servo I could find.

But if money matters, I would look for a fast type, but torque dont matter. And since the throttle servo have much less to carry on, I wouldnt pay for ball bearings and metal gears. I dont think ultra precision and ultra smoothness matter much in this case, so I would go for an analog type.

Maybe something like the HS-225BB+ - 0,11 sek and in addition it's some smaller and ligther. Dont know the price, though...
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Originally posted by Cole Trickle
If money dont matter, I would simply buy the best servo I could find.

But if money matters, I would look for a fast type, but torque dont matter. And since the throttle servo have much less to carry on, I wouldnt pay for ball bearings and metal gears. I dont think ultra precision and ultra smoothness matter much in this case, so I would go for an analog type.

Maybe something like the HS-225BB+ - 0,11 sek and in addition it's some smaller and ligther. Dont know the price, though...
Did some ringing around today and have stuck with analog gone with the HS-605BB got the advice that speed and torque these were best for the money I could afford
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I would recomend our 625 servo. Its fast and should be in your price range.

Cole, our 225 is a mini servo and is not designed for a throttle application.


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Thanks Gary but I have already orderd the 605 ...

I was told the 605 Is quicker than the 625 .13 605bb to 1.5 625
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Originally posted by Gary Fliegel
I would recomend our 625 servo. Its fast and should be in your price range.

Cole, our 225 is a mini servo and is not designed for a throttle application.


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Thanks Gary.

In addition, your answer makes me curious (spelling ???): In which way do the 225 design not fit a throttle servo?
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The case size and internal workings are physically smaller than a normal servo. It would be like putting an HPI micro motor into a 1/10th scale truck for power. It would work for a very short time then blow up.



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