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Old 11-03-2013, 10:01 PM   #1
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Default What type servo use 1/8 on road?

What type servo use 1/8 on road?Do you have any recommendations?
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High speed. And high torque. More towards high speed though.
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What type servo use 1/8 on road?Do you have any recommendations?
Hi. I use Sanwa (Airtronics) ERS-961 and 962 HV servos in my 1/8th cars. Savox also have a couple good ones but I prefer the Sanwa's having tried both.
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I use Savox 1257 TG's with my electric 1/8's for the steering.
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Hi. I use Sanwa (Airtronics) ERS-961 and 962 HV servos in my 1/8th cars. Savox also have a couple good ones but I prefer the Sanwa's having tried both.
Thank you!How about servo's prices?
Can you tell me What type of use SAVOX?
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I use Savox 1257 TG's with my electric 1/8's for the steering.
Are your elecetric 1/8 on road?
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Are your elecetric 1/8 on road?
Yes. They are Motonicas. One is a purpose built electric 1/8 on road and the other is a conversion.
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Yes. They are Motonicas. One is a purpose built electric 1/8 on road and the other is a conversion.
Something like 0.08sec @ 6v.....160oz and more in torque are enough for 1/8th ON ROAD...electric or nitro.

On my Serpent 966E, I am using Savox SA-1258TG....about $75 range.
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Any Airtronic(Sanwa), Savox, Any Manufacture that are HS(Hi Speed) HT(Hi-Torgue), MG(Metal Geared), BB (Ball bearing). High Type Radio, Airtronic(Sanwa), Futaba using EPA keeps them from over reacting or overheating. These 2 radio has speed adjust to adjust to your style of driving. It all comes to what your pockets are willing to spend You get what you pay for.

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Yes. They are Motonicas. One is a purpose built electric 1/8 on road and the other is a conversion.
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