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Old 09-19-2007, 03:33 PM   #1
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Default Anyone tried a Futaba BLS451 servo??

Has anyone tried one of the new brushless servos from Futaba yet? I'm getting close to needing one for my TC and thought this one looking interesting. The BLS451 is the one I'm consisering.
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Has anyone tried one of the new brushless servos from Futaba yet? I'm getting close to needing one for my TC and thought this one looking interesting. The BLS451 is the one I'm consisering.
I have one and it seems comparable to my s9451 except it's quieter. It's supposed to last longer than the s9451, but I really don't have a problem burning through servos. If I had the purchase to do over again, I'd just get another s9451 and save $25.
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I have the BLS451 in my touring car and truck and the BLS451 and BLS351 in my 1/8th scale and they are very impressive so far. So far I cant tell the difference between them and the 9451, 9350 and 9351 only that they are quieter. We will find out more as they get ran more.

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Thanks guys. I never thought it would be a bad servo, it's just new technology in a new place.

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I just got mine yesterday and can't wait to try it. It has more speed and torque than the 9451. I think .10 and 145 oz. I tried bogging it down and it still ripped through the servo saver. Nice piece!!

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It is the TC MOD. PAVED NATIONAL CHAMPION SERVO!

I got one right before the Nats in Seattle to test and give feed back on.When I put it in my car I noticed that it was faster and smoother then any other sevro I have used before.It never came out of my car after that!

So to answer your question..

Yes I have tried it and I LOVE IT!

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It is the TC MOD. PAVED NATIONAL CHAMPION SERVO!

I got one right before the Nats in Seattle to test and give feed back on.When I put it in my car I noticed that it was faster and smoother then any other sevro I have used before.It never came out of my car after that!

So to answer your question..

Yes I have tried it and I LOVE IT!

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