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Old 03-08-2009, 07:02 PM   #1
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hi people was wondering if a airtronics 94362 servo with heatsink would fit a stock b44? I am thinking of buying it on the forum as long as it fits
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I would go with a HS-985MG servo, @ 6.9V it is 0.13 speed,
it has a cordless motor so it is very smooth and precise, on
top of that it can take a pretty big impact and not strip out
gears to bad.
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thanks although i was tryin to save some cash buying used but just want to make sure that this servo will fit the buggy
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thanks although i was tryin to save some cash buying used but just want to make sure that this servo will fit the buggy
Whats saving cash, paying $40 and breaking it to buy another one for more,
OR pay 70 for one that will last years and years
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i will look into that servo thanks man
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My $0.02, get the DS1015 by Associated. Best bang for the servo I've ever seen, and I went through ALOT of them in RCs and Robotics...

Some say that DS1313 is all you need in a B44, but the DS1015 isn't that much more and has plenty of torque for all your 4-wheelin needs!
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My $0.02, get the DS1015 by Associated. Best bang for the servo I've ever seen, and I went through ALOT of them in RCs and Robotics...

Some say that DS1313 is all you need in a B44, but the DS1015 isn't that much more and has plenty of torque for all your 4-wheelin needs!
My way performs like a Digital and costs just a few dollars more than any other medium level servo from other manufacturers. I can say from experience that the servo I suggested is extreemly, fast, smooth, and percise doing exactly what I do on my radio. The gears last a long time with any servo saver in any car kit. Some car kits like Losi and Associated do not work for anything other than metal gear servos on medium crashes.
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Also thank you for the swift $.02 i will look into each servo listed on my thread. A thank you in advance to anyone else who posts on here after i go to bed.
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On a side note i noticed on some of the servos are digital and others analog. whats the benefits/drawbacks if any of either?

once again thanks in advance
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On a side note i noticed on some of the servos are digital and others analog. whats the benefits/drawbacks if any of either?

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digitals, are usually stronger and faster depending on the application. Digitals Draw amps when overbinded whereas cordless and analog do not. Mainly applied to electric vehicles. Nirto vehicles use power packs so they can use digital servos with more ease, whereas the electrics would rapidly dischare your battery when servo is overbinded.
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Hmm ok so i wonder whats a reasonable torque rating for a 1/10th scale like the b44, these are some bad boy servos , also the transit speed, now am i even gona notice a difference between .7 and .13?
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Hmm ok so i wonder whats a reasonable torque rating for a 1/10th scale like the b44, these are some bad boy servos , also the transit speed, now am i even gona notice a difference between .7 and .13?
the difference between about a nano second believe me 0.13 is plenty fast for any R/C car on the market. You only get the strength since it can take more force of an impact, not necessarily for the force it takes to actually move the mechanical parts the servo is required for.
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My son has a 94362 in his B44 and it works great. Super fast and haven't had any problems with any of our airtronics servos.
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