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Old 12-13-2008, 06:52 PM   #1
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Airtronics 94758 High Speed Competition Digital Servo

Is this servo going to be to fast for the tc5r? Does anybody have one?
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it is one of the fastest full size servos out there
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Old 12-13-2008, 08:07 PM   #3
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Its a great 1/10th electric servo. onroad or offroad. Very fast and good torque. If it feels too fast, just dial it down with your radio.

Torque: 115oz/in @ 6.0V
Transit Time: 0.06 sec/60 degrees @ 6.0V
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A servo can never be too fast. No servo will ever move faster than you turn the wheel.
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A servo can never be too fast. No servo will ever move faster than you turn the wheel.
But the problem is on low traction tacks with a fast servo you can "break" traction from the servo being too fast.
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