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Old 11-02-2005, 06:52 AM   #1
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Default 9550 type servo for nitro buggies

hi i heard futaba released a nitro buggy version of the EP/GP s9550 servos? is this true? i checked their site and didn't see any. but i am pritty sure i heard this somewhere
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Why would you want a low profile servo for a 1/8th buggy? The current one would be fine for throttle. You could use it for steering, but it doesnt really have enough torque for a buggy IMO, I think its like 90oz.
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