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Old 05-16-2007, 02:35 PM   #1
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I was looking at servos the other day and came across some at Nitrohouse that I'd never heard of as was wondering if they are any good?
http://nitrohouse.com/acces,_servos.htm
Thinking of doing a "poormans" truggy conversion on my ol Storm and figured I'd need a better steering servo than the 44oz one that's in it now.Has anyone tried or used Blue bird servos?
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Old 05-16-2007, 03:56 PM   #2
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Mixed results...

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they are good for the money, mid range performance compared to the top ones . but are as good as the best for 1:10 scale electric. I use the BMS-611MG.

Heres a link to where i got it: www.slickzero.com
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They are KAKA. With servos, you get what you pay for. Do it right, do it once.
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They are KAKA. With servos, you get what you pay for. Do it right, do it once.
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