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Old 12-04-2009, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default What speed and torque servo for stock sedan?

Well, up until now I've just ran my servo out of my offroad buggy in my sedan, but with christmans bonus I've finally got the Extra money to buy a servo for my touring car. I've been running the associated ds1015 in it, but would like to get a low profile servo for it, plus I'm tired of moving servos back and forth between cars. What would be the recommended speed and torque of a good servo for my sedan? Any recommendations? Doesn't have to be the newest thing on the market as I hope to be able to find a good used on on here. I've heard that anything under .13 on speed and around 120oz torque is what I need but just want to hear some opinions on this.
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Well, up until now I've just ran my servo out of my offroad buggy in my sedan, but with christmans bonus I've finally got the Extra money to buy a servo for my touring car. I've been running the associated ds1015 in it, but would like to get a low profile servo for it, plus I'm tired of moving servos back and forth between cars. What would be the recommended speed and torque of a good servo for my sedan? Any recommendations? Doesn't have to be the newest thing on the market as I hope to be able to find a good used on on here. I've heard that anything under .13 on speed and around 120oz torque is what I need but just want to hear some opinions on this.
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Well, up until now I've just ran my servo out of my offroad buggy in my sedan, but with christmans bonus I've finally got the Extra money to buy a servo for my touring car. I've been running the associated ds1015 in it, but would like to get a low profile servo for it, plus I'm tired of moving servos back and forth between cars. What would be the recommended speed and torque of a good servo for my sedan? Any recommendations? Doesn't have to be the newest thing on the market as I hope to be able to find a good used on on here. I've heard that anything under .13 on speed and around 120oz torque is what I need but just want to hear some opinions on this.
DS1015 is what I run in my Mi3, it was a backup for off road!
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Well, up until now I've just ran my servo out of my offroad buggy in my sedan, but with christmans bonus I've finally got the Extra money to buy a servo for my touring car. I've been running the associated ds1015 in it, but would like to get a low profile servo for it, plus I'm tired of moving servos back and forth between cars. What would be the recommended speed and torque of a good servo for my sedan? Any recommendations? Doesn't have to be the newest thing on the market as I hope to be able to find a good used on on here. I've heard that anything under .13 on speed and around 120oz torque is what I need but just want to hear some opinions on this.
Futaba 9551, or the Futaba BLS551. Both perfect servos for any kind of TC racing.
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