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Old 11-02-2004, 08:28 AM   #1
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So I am on off road guy that is going to try on road for the first time. I am going to run in a t-spec class. what do I need for a steering servo?
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one that works....thats about the only requirement.
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did not know if it needed to be metal gear or high speed or both
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I prefer digital, high speed, metal gear. So does everyone else that I know. The problem is that once I got a good servo, I can't go back and drive a car with a slow servo.
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WHOOOAH you are talking about a T Spec car. the whole idea is low cost competetive racing. they dont go fast enough to need all that other stuff. put in what ever extra servo you have laying around or just go buy a std servo.
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as i said, that is what i prefer
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actually, if he was to buy a 5625hitec, at $55 it is cheaper than buying a standard servo and keep replacing the gears. it also recenters unlike a std servo after 3 months.
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ive got a futaba 3003 in mine thats got to be at least 7 years old. it works fine. in my other cars i run JR8450 digital.
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