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Old 01-26-2011, 04:30 PM
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HOw much torque is ideal? I have a couple of hitec 5625mg servos sitting here.

Would they be high enough torque?

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Motor Type: 3 Pole Ferrite
Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearing
Speed (4.8V/6.0V): 0.17 / 0.14
Torque oz./in. (4.8V/6.0V): 110 / 131
Torque kg./cm. (4.8V/6.0V): 7.9 / 9.4
Size in Inches: 1.59 x 0.77 x 1.48
Size in Millimeters: 40.39 x 19.56 x 37.59
Weight ounces: 2.11
Weight grams: 59.82
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Hi I would at least have 200 oz of tq. My bet is you will hit the walls and cars etc if you go to a track.
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why would i hit the walls? And particular models in mind?
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Originally Posted by bigmike22 View Post
why would i hit the walls? And particular models in mind?
It is short course. Anyways I run Airtronic and JR servos.
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110 oz would work decent , more is always better though but its not like your trying too turn MT wheels with it .

Personally I would go with at least 150oz of torque and .15 or faster speed .
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check out savox 1258. i run it in my jammin and like it so far. good price. was running a servo with 85 oz of torque previous
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Hi-tec 7955 tg high torque is the one I run in my Jammin this sevo will out last your car!.19-.15 speed at 250/333 oz of torque!
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I'm using JR z9100s. in my Hyper 10. Pretty well the same car. It's super fast and makes the car handle like a dream
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I personally run an old Airtronics 94358 I had layin around... 200oz and 0.10
Plenty fast and plenty of torque!

If I had to go with a new one (if this one goes out), I would guess I'd go either with a Savox or another JR 9100S (excellent servo!)
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