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Old 09-08-2004, 12:25 AM   #1
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Just wondering cause Im shopping for one and would like some of your imput! thank guys!
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Old 09-08-2004, 12:43 AM   #2
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Just wondering cause Im shopping for one and would like some of your imput! thank guys!
well considering it's for a electric, considering electrics are light, considering weght distribution is key....


i'd consider the futaba s9550 as THE best.
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Old 09-08-2004, 12:45 AM   #3
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yea but if you want more quicker steering get the ko propo 2123 it's amazing, has metal gears and is waterproof and dust proof

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I agree with Chazz, the 2123 servo from KO is the quickest servo around. I think it's 0.06 or 0.07 seconds for the transit time
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the S9550 is THE best servo I have ever used. I use them on all my cars, small, light and FAST!
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count me in for the futaba s9550 servo.. I've been using this type of servo for almost 2 yrs and don't encounter any problem at all... Just my opinion/suggestion...
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how about the futaba S9451?
how about the hitec HS-5925?

(i like the futaba better...)
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yeah the S9451 is brillaint as well, the S9550 is just smaller, i think its like 0.0001 slower than the S9451 though? not a biggy
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very interesting because the 9451 is more expensive.....
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Chalk another vote up for the 9550..
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I THINK THAT 9451 AND 9550 ARE THE SAME PRICE NOW. AT LEAST IT IS AT THE HOBBY STORE WHERE I WORK AT.
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Hi,

The KO and Sanwa/ Airtronics are great, but the Futaba 9550 is having the same speed and power, and it's smaller.

That's why the Futaba 9550 is the best to have in my opinion
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The BEST? As usual, it depends on budget and needs

But personally, I find the KO 2123 to be candidate for being the best.
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hey guys im just wondering if the futaba digital servo will work on the KO reciever? (KR-301F) is there any interference??
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the ko propo 2343 is really fast and works really good
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