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Old 11-16-2012, 01:07 PM   #16
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Old 02-19-2013, 05:51 AM   #17
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Please anybody notice that this servo when working is HOT, special the steel box.
Is that normal?
i have 2 of them and brand new, they are working very very hot,
is that normal?
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Read the text in the yellow panel on the box...........
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Dear Alls,
I find that servo have some vibration and shaking even when the steering handwheel in the netural postion. I use 462 receiver and SSR mode in the MT4 transmitter.
1. Is that vibration phenomenon normal or not?
2. Can I use 451R receiver for obtaining the fastest speed? Since I can use
SHR mode only if we use that receiver!

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1) It's been answered, but yes, it's normal.

2) I think the 451R and all the FH4T receivers can do the highest response setting. I know the 471 (for the M12) can do it.

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I recently got one of these servo's to use with my M12.

Its awesome. That is all.
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what is the difference between sanwa srg bls and srg bls ver.2 ?
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Dear Alls,
I find that servo have some vibration and shaking even when the steering handwheel in the netural postion. I use 462 receiver and SSR mode in the MT4 transmitter.
1. Is that vibration phenomenon normal or not?
2. Can I use 451R receiver for obtaining the fastest speed? Since I can use
SHR mode only if we use that receiver!

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1. Yes, it even says so in the manual
2. Yes, provided your ESC is also compatible with that mode.
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Please anybody notice that this servo when working is HOT, special the steel box.
Is that normal?
Yes, the aluminium section is a heatsink

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Dang now I am scared of this servo! So many issues are popping up? I never notice a hot servo before even with alumminum heat sink? I am going back to my KO RSX which never ever gave me or my friends issues! Better yet Any KO i've owned never gave my issues
No issues, just people not reading the instructions or what's witten on the boxes

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i have 2 of them and brand new, they are working very very hot,
is that normal?
Define 'Very hot'
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Old 09-03-2013, 05:28 AM   #24
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anybody? please
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Old 09-03-2013, 02:03 PM   #25
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I have an SRG-BLS V.2, with M12 in FH4T, SHR and 471 receiver.
With a GM Genius 120 esc, when I turn the servo the motor rotates a few turns...
With a Speed Passion Rev. Pro it works flawless...
In SSR mode it's not so bad, it only glitches the motor every other turn...

Is this because of the BEC output? Would a power cap on the receiver solve this?

Thanks in advance guys.
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what is the difference between sanwa srg bls and srg bls ver.2 ?
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I like a servo that snarls a little. The Savox are really bad about that. But I like it.
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If you remove steering horn from the servo, does it persist? If not, you have a bind in the steering section. If linkages connected your EPA not adjusted correctly. 110% too much, 100% start out with. From lock to lock(left to right) it should quiet down. It may come to 90% or lower. When it twitches at neutral servo is hunting for home position. Electronic are sensitive on EPA adjustments.
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