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Old 01-09-2006, 06:04 PM   #1
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Default Will Sanwa servos work with KO systems?

Hi,

Im intrested in the Sanwa Hyper ERG VX servo for one of my other cars.

I have a KO Helios with KO KR-302F reciever

1.Will this servo work with this radio?
2.Will it fit into the reciever?
3.Do any modifications need to be made to the connector?
4.Will HRS still work on the radio?

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The Sanwa or Airtronics work fine with KO equipment, that's the combo I've been using for over a year with no troubles, in high response mode.
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The Sanwa or Airtronics work fine with KO equipment, that's the combo I've been using for over a year with no troubles, in high response mode.
Even if the Hyper ERG VRX is not a digital servo, will HRS still work?

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Even if the Hyper ERG VRX is not a digital servo, will HRS still work?

Thanks for your quick reply
no you must use digital servo's. why don't you use a erg-wrx servo, it's digital
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no you must use digital servo's. why don't you use a erg-wrx servo, it's digital
Need them for a 1/8th Nitro Buggy.

Im not sure if the Digital range has enough torque.

Hyper ERG VRX 8kg
Digital ERG WRX 8.1kg
Digital ERG WR 8.2kg
Hyper ERG VX 13kg
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go with the vx. (or vb if you wanna save a few bucks) i been running vx in 1/8 buggy for 2 years now and still going strong. worth every cent!

its not digital though. i think for high torque applications stick with analogue. there plenty fast anyway
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