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Old 06-17-2007, 11:55 PM   #1
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Steering servo suggestions, Truggy?

Hello y'all!

I have a question. What would be a good and non bank breaking steering servo for a Jammin X1-CRT?

I currently have a sportwerks Turmoil with airtronics 360 for throttle/brake and 359 for steering. But, the 359 seems like its getting a little weak.

Any ideas out there?

Since airtronics has been a little shady with repairs as of late, I was thinkin of going with another brand. Perhaps hitech or futaba or sumthin...

I usually turn the speed down, I am a newbie, and dont like "twichy" steering. Mainly lookin for a servo with some ballz...

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