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Old 04-03-2009, 09:12 PM   #16
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They make a 230 oz/in version too, with a .06 sec/60* rate, absolutely blazing.
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Old 04-03-2009, 09:41 PM   #17
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Do core less digital servos normally hunt at neutral. I won a Hitec servo and with my FM radio it is always chattering back and forth just a small amount. At neutral and any where that the servo is stopped at. My analog servo does not do this.

Next question 1/10 scale off-road truck what's the choice.

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Old 04-05-2009, 10:23 PM   #18
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Next question 1/10 scale off-road truck what's the choice.

140 oz. .10 core less/digital Hitec
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200 oz. .13 analog Airtronics
Depends on your preference and the price. Both have more than enough torque for a truck, but you can always fiddle with steering speed by changing the length of your servo arm.
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And just as I started thinking "what could you possibly do with a 480 ounce servo?", Crawler posts.

You guys are nuts

lol! im running a 9100t <370oz> on my axial rig!more torque than i need !
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And a steering servo that'll tear your steering system apart in a bind. SIMPLY AWESOME. I am only running about 190 oz. torque on my AX10 and plan to upgrade to one of the new high torque digitals soon.


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ever heard of 'self righting mechanisms'? This is the ideal candidate A big lever on the roof attatched to one of these will flip even the heaviest MT.
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Do core less digital servos normally hunt at neutral. I won a Hitec servo and with my FM radio it is always chattering back and forth just a small amount. At neutral and any where that the servo is stopped at. My analog servo does not do this.

Next question 1/10 scale off-road truck what's the choice.

140 oz. .10 core less/digital Hitec
or
200 oz. .13 analog Airtronics
Most digital coreless will make a lot of whining sounds, even at center. If there is even the slightest amount of pressure one direction or the other the motor will whine while trying to hold it in the proper position.
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