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Old 05-15-2018, 02:54 PM
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Hello everyone, new on the forum. I guess the question has been asked many times, I would like to make a small upgrade to my kyosho inferno. I would like to change the 2 servos I do not know where to go, I would like something with a good value for money. if anyone can give me some ideas, that would be well appreciated
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Old 05-15-2018, 04:31 PM
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Savox has the best servos for the money. Is this the ready set or kit? And what servos do you have currently?

These servos are run by Ryan Cavalieri and come in a Cavalieri edition. You should be able to run 2 of these. One for steering and one for throttle.
https://www.amainhobbies.com/savox-s...3sg-ce/p577816
Just for reference, I use the Sanwa PGS-XB along with most of the Kyosho team (minus Jared Tebo who uses KO-Propo). These servos are double the price of the Savox.
https://www.amainhobbies.com/sanwa-a...54462a/p704907
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I was looking for someone a little more upscale, just something higher than those installed which seems to me not very solid.
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those who are installed are KS4031-06W servos
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what do you think of these?

Hitec HS-5625MG

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Old 05-17-2018, 06:26 AM
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I'm sorry I do not have any more help or comment. I just wanted to make sure I did not go wrong buying new servos. thanks anyway.
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those hitec servos will be better but also fail soon

use hitec 7955tg if you are looking for good value and reliability

theres a bazillion servos out there .... i have my own servos which are RCOMG brand and they are full metal case , brushless motors , Ti/SS gearsets ..... good value for what you get Houstons Engine Service
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thank you, I look on this side and I take the opportunity to look at yours.
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I ordered what you advised me, now I would like to change the shocks. those who are installed are plastic and I do not think they are very solid. you have an idea?
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I ordered what you advised me, now I would like to change the shocks. those who are installed are plastic and I do not think they are very solid. you have an idea?
www.dollarhobbyz.com they have parts you need

which car you have again ... exactly which car
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inferno neo 2.0
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inferno neo 2.0
looks like you can use the same shocks as mp9 ...... im not 100% positive but 99% .....

if they are the longer shocks they would be the same as strr rear

https://www.dollarhobbyz.com/collect...shocks-springs
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Thank you, it is very appreciated.
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I use Futaba 9373 in all my 8 scale vehicles and after 2 years of running and many gallons later have not had any issues or failures whatsoever. Great servo
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