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Old 10-09-2010, 12:42 PM   #1
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Hey guys, what are you guys using for servos in your on-road cars??? Ihave an ace1015 and a 8711 that I can use. The Ace isthe faster one at .10 response time, will it be fast enough??? Will the tq at 200oz/in be enough???
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Hey guys, what are you guys using for servos in your on-road cars??? Ihave an ace1015 and a 8711 that I can use. The Ace isthe faster one at .10 response time, will it be fast enough??? Will the tq at 200oz/in be enough???
More than enough for 1/10 scale TC. Overkill (and too big) for WGT or 1/12 scale. 8711 is overkill for anything smaller than 1/8 scale.
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futaba 9551 is a good choice and it low profile

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXRWS8&P=ML

i have 3 9550's and that all iv used for years
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futaba 9551 is a good choice and it low profile

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXRWS8&P=ML

i have 3 9550's and that all iv used for years
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Thankyou guys for your response. I guess I will use the 1015, hope it fits. Don't wanna shell out cash for another servo when I have two good ones here. Thanks again.
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i used sanwa erg servo's quite reliable too..
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