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Old 08-25-2009, 12:03 AM   #16
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seem like mostly racers r using 9551...but may i know is it gun also will affect the performance of the servo ??

let say use futaba gun must match it with futaba servo, use ko gun must match with ko servo, use sanwa gun must match with sanwa....
If by "gun" you mean radio, then there will be absolutely no issues from brand to brand. I run a DX3, which is based on an old JR radio, and I run Futaba servos with no problems.
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Old 08-25-2009, 12:15 AM   #17
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Yeah I use a DX3S and it works flawlessly with my futaba servo....


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Old 08-25-2009, 04:11 AM   #18
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My futaba s9551 works great. Small, light, and fast. I'm thinking about getting the brush less version.
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If you are looking at a good used servo, the Futaba S9550 would be a good choice too.

I've had my 9550 for about 3 years, with no faults...
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Old 08-25-2009, 05:16 AM   #19
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I have Futaba 9551, KO 2413 and the latest Sanwa SDX801. All low profile and digital. I like Sanwa the most coz of the speed and the reasonable price, 2nd the KO and last the Futaba. Somehow the 9551 feels a bit slow to me, however the BLS version of it should be a bit faster. I m yet to get that one too.
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I have Futaba 9551, KO 2413 and the latest Sanwa SDX801. All low profile and digital. I like Sanwa the most coz of the speed and the reasonable price, 2nd the KO and last the Futaba. Somehow the 9551 feels a bit slow to me, however the BLS version of it should be a bit faster. I m yet to get that one too.
sdx801 ok or not ??? i heard it's gear is plastic...

i worry about d durability....

anyone using KO Helios ex10 with other brand of Servo on High Speed Mode?
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Old 08-26-2009, 01:32 AM   #21
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sdx801 ok or not ??? i heard it's gear is plastic...

i worry about d durability....

anyone using KO Helios ex10 with other brand of Servo on High Speed Mode?
Sanwa SDX801 low profile digital servo is a metal gear servo. I just opened the upper case just to make sure. So far its the best servo for me. At 6V the speed is 0.08/60deg, torq 6.4kg/cm. Weight 50g.

I m also using this servo with my EX10 in Hi Speed mode (at the module) 2 channel select (from the menu). No problem at all. In fact before this I was using the Futaba 9551 in that mode too with no problem. BTW my system is not 2.4G, its the normal 40Mhz crystal with KR302f receiver.
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Sanwa SDX801 low profile digital servo is a metal gear servo. I just opened the upper case just to make sure. So far its the best servo for me. At 6V the speed is 0.08/60deg, torq 6.4kg/cm. Weight 50g.

I m also using this servo with my EX10 in Hi Speed mode (at the module) 2 channel select (from the menu). No problem at all. In fact before this I was using the Futaba 9551 in that mode too with no problem. BTW my system is not 2.4G, its the normal 40Mhz crystal with KR302f receiver.
ohh...great to hear it....usd66....worth to invest!
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I also use the S9551 in high speed mode no problems to date....

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thanks to all input....

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