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Old 03-12-2006, 06:58 PM   #1
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Which is a better servo for 1/10 scale touring car? The Airtronics 94357 or the Futaba S9451.

And is the older Airtronics 94357 a digital servo?


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Old 03-12-2006, 07:18 PM   #2
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Which is a better servo for 1/10 scale touring car? The Airtronics 94357 or the Futaba S9451.

And is the older Airtronics 94357 a digital servo?


Thanks for your input
i believe the airtronics is a faster servo than the futaba
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I run the futaba and it is so fast. It is about 10 times as fast as my 3003. I can steer back and forth with it and come back to the middle of my car before my 3003 can get to one side.
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Old 03-12-2006, 07:36 PM   #4
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Which is a better servo for 1/10 scale touring car? The Airtronics 94357 or the Futaba S9451.

And is the older Airtronics 94357 a digital servo?


Thanks for your input
Both are great servos. I run the smaller Futaba S9550 and it's great for Touring cars. The Airtronics 94357 is faster than the 2 Futaba servos. But it is not digital and I think... cost's maybe $20 more? Last time I checked that is...
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The 357 is not a digital servo. It is however, a very good servo. I would definatly go with it over the Futaba. I have 3 of these servos and they are great.
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