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What speed and torque servo for stock sedan?

Old 12-04-2009, 05:42 PM
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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.
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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!
JR9100S - This would be my 1st choice, super fast, strong and heat sink plus 3 year warranty.
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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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