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Old 12-11-2005, 03:01 PM
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hey i have searched the forum but i didnt find anything about the feather servo it shuld be encredible fast but is it good and does it work with my equiptment i have a futabe 3pm and a mtroniks esc. så should i buy it ore shopuld i buy another digi servo.

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http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=10669 thats the one
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that is a mini servo used for planes and helis or even a mini car.
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alll right so i couldnt use it in a 1:10 scale electric car
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Yeah its quick, but look at the torque. 0.6kg/cm, for example i use an average torque servo (KO 2343) and that has 8kg/cm of torque.
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so it wouldnt be a good choice
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it would be a very bad choice
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all right thanks i have been offeret a used Keil PS-5000 (7,1 kg - 0,0484 Sek/45*) for 75$ is that a good deal
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Originally Posted by Rasmus TbEvo IV
alll right so i couldnt use it in a 1:10 scale electric car
NO! its a tiny little itty bitty servo.
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dont but those airplane servos. futaba, airtronics, hitec, ko propo makes great servo. dont go cheap on servo.
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how about the Keil PS-5000 (7,1 kg - 0,0484 Sek/45*) isnt that a good servo
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Originally Posted by Rasmus TbEvo IV
how about the Keil PS-5000 (7,1 kg - 0,0484 Sek/45*) isnt that a good servo

what the hell is that?
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Dude do yourself a favor and get the best servo you can afford. KO 2343,sanwa/airtronics 94357,futaba 9351 something like that
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