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Old 03-04-2008, 06:48 PM   #1
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HI GUYS, WHAT DO YOU USE FOR FAST AND HIGH TORQUE SERVO FOR YOUR 4X4 BUGGY? I'M USING AIRTRONICS M11 RADIO
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I currently use an AE/ACE DS1015 servo in my BJ4, T3, TC4 and 777ST-R. (I swap it between vehicles) and its a great all around servo.
.108 transit at 6v
And 200oz. of torque at 6v
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Whats wrong with the Airtrtronics
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In his post he states that he is using an Airtronics M11 RADIO not servo.
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my bad. JR is great servo
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I currently use an AE/ACE DS1015 servo in my BJ4, T3, TC4 and 777ST-R. (I swap it between vehicles) and its a great all around servo.
.108 transit at 6v
And 200oz. of torque at 6v
I use the AE version of this servo and totally agree: It is a great servo. My B44 is so much better with it than the hitec 945 that it replaced. Fast, precise, and enough torque to do whatever you need.
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Check out blue bird servos..bphobbies.com and I think theres someone else selling them?
for less than 30 bucks you can get a high speed metal gear servo
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Ever since I've been into racing I have been using Airtronics servos....until recently. I tried the new Futaba brushless BLS451 and all I can say is wow. faster in action though slower in specs than Airtronics. Both are good.
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I use the JR9100S it is awesome!
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JR 9100s--awesome, 0.06 sec-180 oz @ 6.0v, same speed as the 9000s but 9000s only has around 128 oz of torque. Best servos for 1/10 electric IMO.
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Check out blue bird servos..bphobbies.com and I think theres someone else selling them?
for less than 30 bucks you can get a high speed metal gear servo
Bluebird servos = GARBAGE!
Spend the extra $$$ & get a servo that you will be able to have warrantied if ever needed. I'm a Hitec customer for life.....I've had a few servos quit working on me over the last 6-7 years & everytime with or without a receipt they have repaired or replaced it...no questions asked.
I'm using a 5965MG in B44 & T4 .10sec 134oz/in
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