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Old 02-14-2007, 09:23 PM
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is there a winner here? I'm looking for a servo for my T2. I like the size and weight of the 2413 but the speed of the 9000s(.06) is quite attractive vs the 2413(.10) price doesn't come into play because they are only a few bucks apart. Any suggestions? Either one will probably suffice just fine but I hate not getting opinions on things. Right now I'm leaning towards the 2413 for its size and weight because I don't think I will notice the .04 difference.
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Old 02-14-2007, 09:25 PM
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is there a winner here? I'm looking for a servo for my T2. I like the size and weight of the 2413 but the speed of the 9000s(.06) is quite attractive vs the 2413(.10) price doesn't come into play because they are only a few bucks apart. Any suggestions? Either one will probably suffice just fine but I hate not getting opinions on things. Right now I'm leaning towards the 2413 for its size and weight because I don't think I will notice the .04 difference.
Go with the KO PDS-2413! That's the perfect choice for Electric Touring cars. 0.10s is fast enough.
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Old 02-14-2007, 10:37 PM
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After buying a KO 2113 years ago....I am still impressed and will always choose KO for my servos
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I was using a 9000s and it worked great. Makes the front left of the car pretty heavy though as it weighs a ton. Just switched to a Futaba 9550 and it works great and is much lighter. The speed seems fine to me. I was going to get a 2413 but with some of the deals Tower has the 9550 was much cheaper. I have a 9000s I'll sell you if you decide to go that route.


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is there a winner here? I'm looking for a servo for my T2. I like the size and weight of the 2413 but the speed of the 9000s(.06) is quite attractive vs the 2413(.10) price doesn't come into play because they are only a few bucks apart. Any suggestions? Either one will probably suffice just fine but I hate not getting opinions on things. Right now I'm leaning towards the 2413 for its size and weight because I don't think I will notice the .04 difference.
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it maybe me but i have had nothing but problems with the ko 2413 it clicks when it moves and is very rough i would get the jr
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Old 02-15-2007, 07:26 AM
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The z9000s? Bodda Bing Bodda Boom, zipp zipp Fast. Awesome with foam, and in gas racing throttle I would guess? But in rubber the JR8450 was better for me. A little slower I guess.
Been running it ever sense. And with lipos on the other side of the car the lighter servo is a plus. And just to put a plug out for JR. Ive been running the R1 sense its release. And Ive more than abused my 8450JR I've been running it for 7 years and thats no exaggeration. I could only recommend JR, And even though the z9000s is on the heavy side that mother is Lightning fast.
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