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Old 04-12-2009, 02:57 PM   #1
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whats a good aftermarket servo i can put into my cyclone s.i'm using an airtronic fhss radio.
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airtronics high speed digital 94758z servo,i like to keep servo , rx, tx in same company. it was $70 from hobbypeople few weeks ago.
or futaba S9551
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airtronics high speed digital 94758z servo,i like to keep servo , rx, tx in same company. it was $70 from hobbypeople few weeks ago.
or futaba S9551
Thanks,there is is a hobby people near me,i'll stop buy.I to would like to keep the servo and receiver the same.
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I tried a ACE 1015 in my TC5, usually use them in my off road toys but it seemed to work a treat in my TC5.
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I think this is the servo I am going to run with my 3Pk. I see it recommended everywhere.... is it really a nice servo? or is it popular just because of its size?
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I've always used ultra speed, metel gear, digital, hitech servos. There stronge and last. Have never burnt one out. But you like keeping it the same company....doesn't really mater but i guess people prefere it
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Futaba S9551 is probably the best bang for the on the market now. You get a quality servo with spec that are great for touring car racing.

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Got my servo,was getting ready to buy the 94758z servo from airtronics but the guy at hobby people recomended the 94358M for 3 $ more,more torque but .04 sec slower .06 compared to .10.Had to ream out the hole on the bottom of the chassis to line up the servo holder so i could screw it in and all works well.Its a bit quicker than the stock servo and i notice its a lot harder to move the steering by hand when the car is turned off.Should perform good i hope.
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