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Old 08-17-2012, 06:39 PM   #1
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Default help me pick a good srevo

need a good srevo under 50 buck for a tc 6.1 kit raido is a dx3 c
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A Savox 1251 would be good but you'll have to look at the used market.
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A Savox 1251 would be good but you'll have to look at the used market.
got a link to one from a main
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got a link to one from a main
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...tal-Gear-Servo

Like I said though you need to look for a used one. They go $40-$50.
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Here you go. In fact I have even bought from him before.

http://http://www.rctech.net/forum/r...ood-shape.html
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...ood-shape.html

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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...tal-Gear-Servo

Like I said though you need to look for a used one. They go $40-$50.
thanks iam a tad low on money ill pick one up tuseday
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Ko or go home.
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Ko or go home.

I have a KO2413ICS in a 17.5 sedan and a Savox 1251mg in a VTA and FGX F1. I like them both, the KO feels a bit smoother but they both get the job done. Just beware of the Savox servos in 1s and receiver pack situations as they take a bit of juice and best to use a glitch buster of some sort.
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I have a KO2413ICS in a 17.5 sedan and a Savox 1251mg in a VTA and FGX F1. I like them both, the KO feels a bit smoother but they both get the job done. Just beware of the Savox servos in 1s and receiver pack situations as they take a bit of juice and best to use a glitch buster of some sort.
thanks ill pick it up pay day
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What is a glitch buster
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A glitch buster is a brand name I think by JR or Novak but is just a capacitor plugged into you receiver. They store extra power and feeds it to the electronics when needed to give smooth glitch free operation. At least I think that's how they work. All I know is they do work.
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The 1251 is not as power hungry as its big brothers 1256/57. I had glitching problems with a 1257 and put the 1251 in and they went away. That was only in Mod with a 17.5 I don't glitch.
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