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Old 10-20-2006, 02:20 AM   #1
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are bluebird servos any good?
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Old 10-20-2006, 06:51 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by MattK17Roush
are bluebird servos any good?
My teamate had 2 brand new ones in his truggy and just testing them without the engine running they fried!!!!!! IMHO they suck/junk
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Just bought one recently. Will comment hopefully after the weekend.
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Don't waste your cash on them..they are POS...you could never get it to center, poor quality and they fry easily...can't expect much since they are going dirt cheap...
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you really do get what you pay for. i used to run hitec servos, 525 and 605, and would go through at least one a season. a few years ago i bought a ko-2173, not a super expensive servo but very high quality. i still run it in my sedan. i picked up another one for my buggy last year, and ko had them for like $70 on their website.
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