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Old 03-03-2007, 08:12 PM   #1
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I purchased a S9550 servo today for my RDX. I was looking around various websites for a servo saver. Zero results. Who makes them? Thanks
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here are some from different manufacturers make sure you get the one with the futaba spline or get one with removeable inserts for different brands of servos

tamiya servo saver

kimbrough servo saver

hitec servo saver
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DO NOT use the smaller, Futaba-specific servo saver for a touring car. That servo-saver is designed for a 1/12th scale car, and the spring in it is not strong enough for a touring car (at least on carpet or other high-traction surfaces). It will work, but you will not get all of the torque your servo can provide.

The saver you need is the Kimbrough 201, which is the "Mid-Size w/ holes".

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXND49&P=M

This one is strong enough for a sedan, but smaller than their "Large" servo saver, which would not fit in the RDX.
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I purchased a S9550 servo today for my RDX. I was looking around various websites for a servo saver. Zero results. Who makes them? Thanks
Hey

I bought that Kimbrough saver for my Tamiya MRE:s S9550 and i test it yesterday and it works great.

When i drove RDX earlier i use KO highspeed servo w/o saver, so i can`t say is it too small to your RDX. As i remember wright i use Yokomo long servohorn then..

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