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Old 11-25-2010, 03:16 PM   #1
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would that be a good idea? its from a slash or should i get somthing more powerfull/faster
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would that be a good idea? its from a slash or should i get somthing more powerfull/faster
I take it your making reference to a steering servo? If so that would probably work, depends on the speed though. If it was in a slash it should work since they take a little more abuse than a road car.
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here's the servo.
i was wondering if it was fast enough.
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here's the servo.
i was wondering if it was fast enough.
That one might be a tad slow, but it would get you going in a pinch. Most run .09 - .12 transit at 6 volts.
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anyone's that you would recomend that are cheap? im trying to keep it cheapor a can change the servo from my slash and it. i hav a jr7100s i think but i dont want to change it out all the time but i could deal
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find u a used futaba 9550/9551 its heard to beat its hight tq and fast
yea their better out there but r expensive u can usualy scoop one up for about $40-50 bucks in the fs thread
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any for about 30 new? i would like to get it from my lhs cause im gona needto get some pinions and spurs any way
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