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Old 04-18-2007, 06:36 PM
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Originally Posted by polesitter61
Bluebird is constantly updating their servo's, I just got finished testing a few of the new ones from my sponsor and the are the best yet. It's true that at first there were some centering problems but they are well past that now. I used two in my nitro TC for several weeks and they worked flawlessly. For the price you really can't beat them, click on the slickzero link in my Signature, they carry bluebirds at a good price and the best shipping price in the industry
Which type of bluebird servo dont have a problem with centering?
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Old 04-19-2007, 12:41 AM
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617 & 616 and the newest one my friend is testing which I think is an 881.
He used the 617 to qualify 12th at last weekends first National in the UK.
Those servos are fine.
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Old 04-19-2007, 05:35 AM
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I just bought a KO PROPO PDS-2366 ICS for roughly $65 which I think is a pretty good deal. I will be using it to steer my Revo. Does any body have an experience with this servo or brand?


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Old 04-20-2007, 09:33 PM
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Originally Posted by oople
617 & 616 and the newest one my friend is testing which I think is an 881.
He used the 617 to qualify 12th at last weekends first National in the UK.
Those servos are fine.
My esc is LRP QC2 i afraid i cant use 617 because i see on spec need 6v and 3 amp. I want buy 611, is`t good?
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Old 04-21-2007, 05:12 AM
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I used the BlueBird 621MG servos in my Nitro Touring Car last season. I had no centering issues, no failures, and really no problems. The only fault I found with the servos is that I don't think the specs are very accurate. The 621s are rated @6V to have 86ozin of torque and transit time of .08. They may have the torque but the transit time was slower. Comparable to most .13-.15 sec servos. All in all very affordable servo for someone on a tight budget though.
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Old 04-21-2007, 05:22 AM
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Originally Posted by echo
My esc is LRP QC2 i afraid i cant use 617 because i see on spec need 6v and 3 amp. I want buy 611, is`t good?
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I have run the 617 on lrp brushless- which I imagine is the same BEC as the QC2 , with no issues. I have not heard of any problems with the 617/616 servos either.

You want to buy the 611? My honest answer? Get the 617 instead.
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stay away from these servos at all costs, I've never had any success with them neither has anyone at my track. Save your money and buy a real servo
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