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Old 08-18-2010, 03:29 AM   #1
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Hi, i need to get a servo for my ta05v2. I have futaba in my other rc and am happy with it., but would like to know the best one for the ta05v2. I have read there are digital and brushless. Are they better. will be using for racing. I looked on the futaba site and there is sooo many to choose from. Thanks
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Old 08-18-2010, 03:55 AM   #2
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Digital and brushless tech in servos has increased performance - but there are still very good analogue/brushed servos available too.

Futaba is one of the best brands and would be a wise choice. They also tend to fit Tamiya cars well.

Look for 0.1s/60deg speed, and 6kg/cm torque for touring.

From the current Futaba range, the S9402 (analogue), S9452 (digital), S9551 (digital low profile), BLS451 (brushless) and BLS551 (brushless low profile) are all excellent touring servos.
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Thanks heaps!
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S9402.....A classic workhorse!

But for the tight confines of the TA05, ya gotta go with the low-pro servos.
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I'm starting to warm up to Savox's servos. Coreless and metal gears
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Futaba 9551 is great, I have two personally.

Also the Orion Vortex 1009 is good.

Another to consider would be the KO Propo 2413
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Futaba 9550 / 9551's in all my Tamiya cars. Works great, and allows extra space for electronics.

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Futaba 9550 or 9551 low profile with good speed and trouqe
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Futaba 9550 or 9551 low profile with good speed and trouqe
+1, I also use those in my '05ver.2 & my 416WE...
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