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Old 03-22-2012, 05:56 PM
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I have a losi ten t truggy and I want to get a good steering servo. What type of servo is good for like a short coarse set up? And what can I get for around 100 bucks?
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I have a losi ten t truggy and I want to get a good steering servo. What type of servo is good for like a short coarse set up? And what can I get for around 100 bucks?
savox 1258tg
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I like the Savox SC-1257TG better for 1/10. Great Servos!
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1257TG is an excellent choice since the ROSS BEC puts out 6v. I had originally had that one installed in my Ten as well but was kinda apprehensive about it so I picked up a 1267SG to replace it and moved the 1257TG to handle throttle and braking duties. The 1267SG has a bit more authority when turning the wheels than the 1257TG does and the speed is roughly the same.
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1257TG is an excellent choice since the ROSS BEC puts out 6v. I had originally had that one installed in my Ten as well but was kinda apprehensive about it so I picked up a 1267SG to replace it and moved the 1257TG to handle throttle and braking duties. The 1267SG has a bit more authority when turning the wheels than the 1257TG does and the speed is roughly the same.
My ten t is converted to electric does that matter?
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Shouldn't matter seeing how most ESC BECs put out 6v.
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You'll probably need a glitch buster on the reciever with the savox. Ive got a few savox servos and run a cap on all of them to be safe.
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Allim seeing is a 1267mg not sg?
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1267MG = 1267SG.

If you look at A Main you'll notice that the header says
Savox SC-1267MG "Super Speed" Digital Steel Gear Servo (High Voltage)
and the sub-header says
[SAV-SC-1267SG]
for the part number.
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Thanx for the help! Gonna get it ordered
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