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Old 02-23-2003, 04:42 PM   #16
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Will the Ko work fine with my m8?
No problem

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Old 02-23-2003, 05:03 PM   #17
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Old 02-23-2003, 09:34 PM   #18
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i have a JR 8450 in my TC3. i love it, its got the speed and torque thats perfect for a sedan.

also i think JR has the best warranty service ever. I've talked guys sending them back with just stripped gears and they have sent them back with new set of gears in it plus a extra set !

i just like there service thats why i run all JR. R-1 radio is luv to !
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how about the voltage??

ko 2023 is rated for 7.2V
ko 2143 is rated for 6V

which one is the best?? I am using M8 with the original rx...
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Old 02-25-2003, 10:44 AM   #20
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for the 7.2v servo it uses a lead off the speed controller i think.

but youd want the 7.2V one for sure it most likely has better specs.
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Old 02-25-2003, 12:17 PM   #21
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how about the voltage??

ko 2023 is rated for 7.2V
ko 2143 is rated for 6V

which one is the best?? I am using M8 with the original rx...

I would have to say that the Ko 2143 is better for your app. -Dave
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Mike F,
The Multiplex mcv2 is a digital programmable.It does require a seperate programming unit. The price I quoted was correct. I bought mine for 69.99.
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BTW...the programmer is 50.00$
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how about the voltage??

ko 2023 is rated for 7.2V
ko 2143 is rated for 6V

which one is the best?? I am using M8 with the original rx...
The price is usually the same. The 2123 are 0,06 sec / 60 deg, and the 2143 are 0,08. The 2123 are probably a little stronger too. I got the 2123 myself - I honestly dont know if I can feel the difference, but I choosed the fastest, just to be sure.

7,2 volt servos, can be connected in two ways: either to the FET wire from the ESC or, directly to the battery. The last method is if the ESC aint got a FET wire. The only difference is that you need to solder a coil between the servo and the battery, if your ESC aint got the FET wire.

KO 7,2 volt servos comes with a little manual, that shows how to connect the servo with both methods.
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You need a coil /choke even if you connect to the fet wire. Not installing one means you risk blowing up the servo. The fet wire from the speedo is just a connection to the positive battery terminal.
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It looks like a 6V servo is more to your liking
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You need a coil /choke even if you connect to the fet wire. Not installing one means you risk blowing up the servo. The fet wire from the speedo is just a connection to the positive battery terminal.
I think the choke coil is built in in the ESC - as far as I remember, the KO 7,2 volt servo manual dont mention that it's neded to solder in a choke coil between the ESC FET-wire and the servo. I'm not sure though.... If I remember it, I will check tonight.
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