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Old 09-12-2007, 08:43 AM   #1
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Ok I have been out of the hobby for a few years and have just ordered my Xray T2-007 US edition. I am going to be racing at my local track which is carpet and a very tight track.

What I am wondering is which servo should I be looking into getting for my car and why. I will be using the Futaba 3PJ Transmitter and I have all my other componants ready.(LRP Quantum ESC,Batteries ect...)

I am also going to be looking into a set up station but that is another story LOL.

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I am using KO2413, small and fast, but i am not sure how about futaba ones if you want to have everything from the same manufacturer, due i never use before.
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Futaba S9550. Can't beat it for the price. Good numbers and it's compact.

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I am using KO2413, small and fast, but i am not sure how about futaba ones if you want to have everything from the same manufacturer, due i never use before.

i am also using ko2413. i feels abit slower than may previous servo 9550 but i havent try changing the speed. can you tell me how?? tnx!
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I agree with SlamMan, Futaba S9550 is the perfect size and speed for
your T2 007 US. That's what we've all been using here since last Summer
and it's very reliable. Good Luck with your car!
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Ko PDS2413ICS
Or Futaba Brushless servo
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Thank you for the help everyone, I will say I am a bit lost on this one as the servo you are all stating only has a 6.0v speed of 0.11 and I was using a servo before with a speed of 0.08.(Idon't remember the model) I was hoping to learn what the new top racing servo is at this time, or atleast the one the top guys are using.

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Old 09-13-2007, 02:43 AM   #9
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Speed isn't everything, go with the KO or Futaba S9550
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Futaba S9550. Can't beat it for the price. Good numbers and it's compact.

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