Savage Hop ups

Old 09-10-2005, 07:28 AM
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Originally Posted by mach51
you get enough steering with a 5925? 127oz
I did wonder the same thing. Then again, some people manage with a 645.

The 5945 is better suited for steering on an MT IMO. Personally I have used 5925's for steering on my smaller, lighter cars - from touring cars to 1/8th buggies. .08 transit speed is pretty decent for a comparitively low cost servo with decent torque. They're very good servos. But for truck, 45's are better than 25's, same servo - just geared for torque rather than speed. Either way, digital servos are much better than similarly specced analogues, because their holding power at and around neutral is far greater, plus they centre more accurately.
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Old 09-10-2005, 11:15 AM
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heres my savage got it when it came out and this is before and after pics. my basher set-up and my truggy style race set-up.
savage ss 4.6 $414
f/r/ alum.gas tank skids $48
nova towers $50
ofna ultra comp lx shocks $60
jr xs3 radio and xxxtra receiver $120
chareger and 16 2250mah baterreies $36
proline wheels,big joe tires, 23mm hexes $119
ofna throttle /brake linkage mod $17
ofna fail safe $20
robinsons steel bell and spur 16t/48t $30
hitec-5945mg steering servo .13sec/181oz. torque $70
futaba s9450 throttle/brake .10sec/111oz. torque $50
2 x 6v 5 cell hump pack $24
diff oil $20
proline hummer w/ spaz stix color change paint purple/red/gold/orange w/ mirror chrome (looks unridiculous in the sun) $60
shock cover $11
Nova cooling head $30
rc solution cage new $40
15t and 18t vented clutch bells $18
spur gears $30
Proline Wabash 40 series wheels and bow ties $72
3 speed tranny $76
gpm tie rods $18
pull start $20
dynamite cb bearings $8
total: $1500

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Old 09-10-2005, 12:03 PM
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Very Funky.
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Old 09-16-2005, 02:43 PM
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what WT shock oil do you guys use......should i stick wiht the 10 or go with the 20 WT??

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