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Old 01-05-2005, 09:20 AM   #16
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Those KO servos do not hook up like the others. They have to run an extra wire to the battery. They are fast yes. But the setup might be too advanced for beginners because of that wire. I've seen a lot of new Rcer's have trouble setting them up. Also some not so new. That is what the description ment about the 7.2V wire. If you don't use that extra wire then the servo won't work. For the beginning, I would stick with the simple plug and go type. You can always upgrade. I'm using standard servos right now on my G+ and they haven't failed me yet. Start small, then go big.
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