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Old 10-26-2006, 07:21 PM   #16
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I think it will work, this is what the futaba site says:

http://www.futaba-rc.com/discontinued/futj34.html

I would still check with your LHS prior to purchase...

the s9550 is a good unit...
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Old 10-26-2006, 07:29 PM   #17
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peteb thanx for the correction
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Old 10-26-2006, 07:35 PM   #18
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geeunit1014 hit it right on.

futaba s9451 .10 and 120oz of torque.

just bought one and its great for 79.99.

I think its probably the best for a reasonable price.
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I would say the s9550 only because it is also a slimline servo which allows you more room to work with when installing everything else that needs to go on the chassis!
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since i'm at 5V BEC with this Mamba Max ESC, my 3050 is rated at

72 oz. and .20 sec @ 4.8

the 9451 is rated at

96.6 oz. and .13 sec @ 4.8

is that difference worth it and noticeable? my 3050 just seems slow to me...i dunno if it's because i'm used to my hs81mg on my m18 that was fed 6V and went .09.....

also, KayBo, why do i need massive torque on the stadium truck? I'm just curious as i really didn't know that that was required.
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Old 10-26-2006, 08:12 PM   #21
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pinggoy:
builthatch: the difference is massive, what made me change was when we changed the config of our track to include a double chiccane, which required was 4 fast turns of the steering wheel, at full throttle. I noticed that by the last turn, the servo was so slow (servo response time) that it was still moving to the left, when I was turning to the right... now with a faster servo, it moves fast enough to keep up with quick directional changes. I crash much less, because the servo reacts as fast as soon as I turn the wheel, instead of a having some lag. at high speed, say you are moving at 10m per sec, if you have a half sec lag, your car have just moved 5m, before your steering input is actually carried out.


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I would say the s9550 only because it is also a slimline servo which allows you more room to work with when installing everything else that needs to go on the chassis!

I would agree, however it depends on the orientation of the servo, in the xrays, the servo is mounted so that the arm moves forwards and backwards lengthways along the cars axis, so with the 9550 all I would get is space near the edge of the chassis, where I cant put anything anyway.

If the servo arm moves side to side, then yes you will get some more space...

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Old 10-26-2006, 09:31 PM   #23
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I use the KO 2413 low profile that is .10 & 118oz at 6V so roughly .12sec & 100oz @5V.

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And on what to do with the space you are left with, with cars like a Xray..
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ck out some of the intigy servos there fast, good torque and wont break the bank,
i run 94357 airtronics but over $100 i have been running 3 for over 3 1/2 years trouble free so if you figure $100 over 3+ years thats cheap. my 2 cents!
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