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Old 02-07-2006, 12:28 PM   #1
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PCR is the lay down servos. Was thinking of using Hitec 645's for both steering and throttle. Thoughts? Recommendations?
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For racing the cheapest servo you want to consider is the Airtronics 358 or Futaba s9350 ($95 at Tower Hobbies). For bashing the 645s are probably okay.
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Little of both. Not a HC racer yet.
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Do yourself a favor and skip those hitec servos. A futaba 9451 for $80 will work well for throttle and steering.
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Futaba,Airtronics,Ko-Propo.
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SUNA, What did you go with?
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hi have a pcr that im selling. i have alot of experience in the hobby the best servo setup for the cheapest price is hitec 645 for stearing and 625 for throtel becuse the 625 is really responsive and very good for acceleration out of turns
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I would go with the Hitec 945 and 925. Stay away from the 645 and 625. I have gone through about 6 of each one of the 600s. Since I switched to the 900s, I have yet to have one go bad and they only cost around $70-80.
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SUNA, What did you go with?
Went with a dual 645 set up. The thought is that the slower response time from the 645 will help smooth out the throttle for me.
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