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What is ultimate servo for speed, torque and durability!?

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What is ultimate servo for speed, torque and durability!?

Old 05-02-2004, 02:27 AM
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nooo....you cant dig half a hole.


if they 2 men dug a hole 10 meters deep.....and the if another guy came along and dug one 5 meters deep.

it isn't half a hole....it is still a hole.


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Old 05-02-2004, 05:14 AM
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Thumbs up servo

For me I have a 9451 servo on my factory team tc3 and I have a spare 2123.. Just in case my 9451 fails due to its age when I installed it to my previous kits. Digital still is the best with metal gears...
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For the budget racer, look at the Cirrus line of servos. I am running a CS-75 BB MG. it is fast at 0.08 transfer and is priced at a competitive $70 dollars ish. One draw back to this servo. Its case is a little on the large side. For it to comfortably fit in to my TC3 I had to remove the lower screw eyelet closets to the drive shaft. Iíve had the servo for afew years now, never have I had any problems with the servo not centering. This, I think, would be a great servo for just starting out. Hope that all helps.
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Old 05-02-2004, 09:30 AM
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LOL, , that was my wife's solution
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I cannot find the 94758z for the life of me!
ANyone have any leads where to get em???
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old school Airtronics 94257

.06 120+ ounces of torque

ive had two of them for 5+ years without ever them going bad, or breaking servo cases.

Even has the original gears!!!

I race or practice 4-5 days a week so i know they get used a bunch
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