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Old 06-09-2006, 06:23 PM   #1
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Quick question time.....I have a JR Z3550 servo and I'm wondering if it would be....

suitable to use in a 2wd off-road car, a B4 or XXX-CR maybe (running stock class).

I couldn't find a reference in a forum search.
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cant see why not as long as its the right size you shouldnt have a problem
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Default I'm sure it will fit......

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cant see why not as long as its the right size you shouldnt have a problem
but was just wondering if it's up to the extra loading, as I've only ever seen references to it being used in on-road.

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but was just wondering if it's up to the extra loading, as I've only ever seen references to it being used in on-road.

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That's a very good small servo. Most people only use it for 12th scale, or sometimes pan car carpet oval.

I don't think it will survive any abuse in an off roader.
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That's a very good small servo. Most people only use it for 12th scale, or sometimes pan car carpet oval.

I don't think it will survive any abuse in an off roader.
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suitable to use in a 2wd off-road car, a B4 or XXX-CR maybe (running stock class).

I couldn't find a reference in a forum search.
look up JR Z3650 its the same servo but its digital.
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You can use the servo where ever you wish however you will not be satisfied. Here is a servo guide from JR that will typically point you in the right direction, JR Servo Guide
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