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Old 12-16-2007, 01:21 PM
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has anyone ever used these servos and how do they stack up?

they seel them at amain but are out of stock ...the price and specs are decent

heres the link lmk what you guys think

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/18223
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Old 12-16-2007, 10:02 PM
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When you buy one let us know..
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I trust that A-Main has done some testing of their own and this product is probably a very good one.
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theres a guy on another forum that had asked and i know the knowledge base on this type of stuff is better over here ...me personally im got a pair of 1015 aces so we will see if i like them better than my airtronics 358's .....dunno the 358's are hard to beat ...ran em a whole year and not one problem .....i will be using them on my back up buggy ..thanks for the help ...any more info from someone who has tried the hyperions lmk ....later
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theres a guy on another forum that had asked and i know the knowledge base on this type of stuff is better over here ...me personally im got a pair of 1015 aces so we will see if i like them better than my airtronics 358's .....dunno the 358's are hard to beat ...ran em a whole year and not one problem .....i will be using them on my back up buggy ..thanks for the help ...any more info from someone who has tried the hyperions lmk ....later
You've obviously had far more luck with 358's than anyone I've ever met-God bless you! Try not to steer into the tubes too much with those Ace servos. It'll take a little while to adjust to a servo that holds a line and has real speed.

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no prob man thanks for the advice ...ya i know people that have been running those 358's alot longer than i have ...they seem to hold up just fine ....that being said im anxious to try the aces ...as my new kit is on the way i plan on trying them soon .....right now i just keep looking at them on my workbench ...and they are saying we good lets go
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