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Old 11-29-2009, 07:15 PM   #1
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Need to get a high speed steering servo. The one I have now is not fast enough. I am looking at a Futaba S9452. Can anyone comment on this or recommend another?
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These are the two I use and they are FAST:

Airtronics 94360 & Orion VDS 1007.
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Hey Guys
Need to get a high speed steering servo. The one I have now is not fast enough. I am looking at a Futaba S9452. Can anyone comment on this or recommend another?
Thanks
I use the 9452, but depending on what car you're running, you might want to look at the 9551.
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I use the 9452, but depending on what car you're running, you might want to look at the 9551.
The Futaba s9551 is very popular and is a great servo, the only servo I run, never any problems.
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I run a Xray T3 (Foam) if that makes a difference.
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Not really, you just want to have the most responsive steering you can get.
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Old 11-29-2009, 07:42 PM   #7
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The numbers on that Orion look very good. I didn't know they made servos. Are they reliable?
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