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View Poll Results: Who makes the best high end servos?
Futaba 24 20.17%
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KO 59 49.58%
Hi-tec 11 9.24%
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Sanwa 8 6.72%
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Old 04-28-2004, 03:11 AM   #31
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2344 Hi Torque 0.13s
2343 Hi Speed 0.06s.............
Sorry getting my numbers confused.....

2343 0.08s
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Old 04-28-2004, 03:53 AM   #32
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2344 Hi Torque 0.13s
2343 Hi Speed 0.06s.............
Sorry, i meant the 2123 : 0.06s @7.2V
2343 is 0.08s @6V
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Old 04-28-2004, 04:52 AM   #33
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The speed of a Servo has to be but together with his torqe. The fast servo is ussless with not enough torqe.
Take the steering link of the Servo from your car, hold the link in your hand and try to steer the car while you are full accelerate. The rotate mass of the wheels is incredible.
The other thing to consider is the actual size and weight of a servo, it makes sence to have a small servo, because of todays chassis design. With a light servo you would have the change to balance the car better with additional weigth.
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Old 04-28-2004, 09:01 AM   #34
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HSR or High Speed Response is a function of the radio and reciever and not the servo. I know that KO Helios and the new Futaba 3PK have it but don't know about others. This is also the same as fast frame rate. The faster rate gives you faster servo response times and even faster than the listed numbers. It is kind of like a turbo for your servos. Beware though, as this only works with digital servos. If you try to use it with analog servos they will burn up and so will your receiver.
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Old 04-28-2004, 11:21 AM   #35
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Thanks for your advice, dude...
I was waiting for a response.

HSR seems to be the "polling rate" of the servo.
This is important for me because I am driving it
off my own CPU on a robot, and can fully take advantage
of an HSR-capable servo.

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Old 04-28-2004, 05:40 PM   #36
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Not as versatile? What do you mean?
there are a lot or r/c applications beyond 1:10 EP/GP (ideal situations for the 9550)... i would not be putting my 9550 in a hpi savage, but my 9450 did a fine job... same goes for other heavy duty applications... while the 9550 "numbers" might be fine, the arguement for cubic inches will probably win each time
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I like the Airtronics 94758Z
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i really really like my 2123
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Not like I LOVE my Airtronics 94758Z


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KO Propo 2143, 2144, 2343, 2344 servos are some of the best servos out.
The 2143 and 2343 are high speed.
The 2144 and 2344 are high torque.
The 2343 and 2344 are programable.
I know these servos are expensive, but well worth the cost.
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yeah but who ever it may be he tried to fail the task, but he succeeded the task.

so has he succeeded the task or failed to fail.

haha....its a bit dodgey aint it
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Old 05-01-2004, 04:06 AM   #42
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yeah, yeah... I'll give you that one
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if it takes 1 day for 2 men to dig a hole....how long does it take 1 man to dig half a hole?

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HA HA, this one's simple-

Each man together dug one hole in one day, if each one has done half the work, it still takes EACH ONE OF THEM SEPERATELY ONE DAY TO DIG HALF A HOLE.

Come on you have to do better than that



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How do you dig Half a hole. Sounds like the man will be busy for a long time trying.
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