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Old 04-04-2005, 11:14 PM   #16
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xxxkat-get to bed!!!! you need your rest,you have a track to build!...LOL..
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Old 04-05-2005, 12:34 AM   #17
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The KO is an fet servo it has good numbers .08 on the speed and 111 oz-in on the torque, it is $140.. You can get the same numbers(well close to them)From Futaba with the 9451 .10 on the speed and 121 oz-in for $75 I know what my pick is..
hi there yes the futaba9451 is far cheaper,and the 9550 is also usd75. the 9550spec is .11 with 83oz at6v. while the ko2363 is usd115. ermm wandering the more speed justify the extra usd40?
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Old 04-05-2005, 12:35 AM   #18
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erm the Ko2363 is not usd140 but 115
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Old 04-05-2005, 03:18 AM   #19
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Those really fast servos 0.06 or 0.08 are heavy. get futaba 9550, 0.11 and only 45 grams and a lot smaller.
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Those really fast servos 0.06 or 0.08 are heavy. get futaba 9550, 0.11 and only 45 grams and a lot smaller.
is weight really concern??? most car are underweight rite.
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Old 04-05-2005, 04:16 AM   #21
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i suppose putting weight on chassis gives you better possibilities of fine balancing the car... as for me, size is biggest concern, as my ESC big, so standard size servo make things really tight for me. with 9550 i got a lot of space on chassis
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EngTat,Here in the states the KO 2363 is $139.99,check stormer hobbies..
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EngTat,Here in the states the KO 2363 is $139.99,check stormer hobbies..
Why pay more????
http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...inid=62&id=843
Now you have the facts also here is a pic of the new Yok BD with the smallest ESC (GM Racing's SX12) Ko Propo 2363 and Spektrum and still acerage of space.
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yeap speedtechrc sell cheaper for ko servo
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Old 04-05-2005, 02:15 PM   #25
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ok thanks for the advice, but nobody really answered my question:


"i thought that there were two versions of the 94357 servo:
the regular 94357 and the 94357Z

but someone was refering to the servo as "high torque 94357" is there such thing or not??

anyways, is there a big difference between the two??

thanks again

again, i will use this servo in my tc3, for steering of course"



and btw i don't care about weight or price, i just wanna get a good fast servo

the reason i'm asking about the 94357 is that my brother's friend who has it in his tc3 let me drive his tc3 and it was great, much faster than mine (the servo)
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I still say why even spend $114 when you dont have to,the Futaba 9550 or the 9451 work just as good for less money,BTW Mr Shookie I hope you have better luck with the GM SX12 than i did.. I went through 2 of them and had so many problems with an SX9 I would not use a GM speed controller if it was free..oh and their customer service is the worst..Ever wonder why losi quit using them in their RTR's
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Mr shookie, whats going on with your king pins?? why have you used the roll center arm as the king pin? how did you do it??
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Mr shookie, whats going on with your king pins?? why have you used the roll center arm as the king pin? how did you do it??
You'll see when you build the kit. heheheheheheehehehehe
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Hmmmm. is it to give more clearance when running foams etc??? with it being in the middle of the wheel there will be more space?

I dont get how you diid it though, as the ball studs thread is nothing like a king pin one...
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ok while looking for those servos mentioned above, i found another one, the hitec 925mg (.08 sec i think).
why is it so much cheaper than the 94357 (.07 sec) is it just poor quality or what?

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