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Old 01-06-2006, 05:16 AM   #1
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Default Steering and Throttle servo choice

I am getting my first 1/8 off-road car and need to get steering and throttle servos for if. I want to run futaba so guys give me some recommendations.

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I'm not too familiar with the Futaba servo's but I use a Hitec 925 in the throttle and a Hitec 5945 in the steering. Go to both websites and compare the spec's.
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Off the top of my head I think a Futaba S9451 servo is pretty good.I think thats the # for the one I use.It's response time is real fast and it has ok torque too,about 120-140 ounces/in.
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I'm using the s9451 for throttle and s9351 for steering. Approx. numbers are [email protected] for 9451 and [email protected] for 9351.
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