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Old 05-06-2008, 06:16 AM   #1
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I am just curious as to everyone's opinion on Airtronics servos. How they perform, their longevity, customer service, etc. I am looking into buying some of them but kind of want to know other people's opinions before purchasing. THANKS!
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Definately my favorite servos. I've had the same ones in my gas truck for over a couple years now. My favorite for 1/10 scales is 94357 and for buggy 94358. I just blew out my buggy servo last week by hitting a plywood wall, and bought the replacement gear for 85 cents from hobbypeople and it's all good to go again.

If you break them you can send them in and they repair them for a decent price also. I don't think I've ever paid over $35 to get one repaired. Beats throwing out a $100 servo.
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what kind of truck are they goin into? that will make a Huge difference on what brand ill reccomend....I personally dont like Air tho.
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I have had the same servos for two years now . Air. 94359 and a 94362 That I use every weekend ,not one problem .I also use the same type in my truggy not one problem. Im not saying that they are he best, however this is my experience with them .I don't see any reason to change yet.I would say they are a little more $$$ than the others though ,however two years without fail ... I'm o.k. with that
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5955 Hitec best out..IMO

Hitec's customer service is the best as well, they fix for FREE no questions asked, regardless of how old it is
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i was a die hard airtronics fan when i ran electric, but they just wont hold up for me in nitro.. ive been through two of them so far this year, one was a 359 and one was a 7xx (digital HS model)? ive switched over to JR servos, they seem to be fine so far, the center better, turn faster, etc.. its sad bc the JR 9100t (high torque) is more responsive than the digital airtronics i had that was rated at .06sec...
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I have 2 airtronics 94358's for throttle/brake and steering on my 8ight.. they are about 90 bucks and are excellent. Strong and pretty quick too.

They center really well for an analog servo.
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Aitronics servos in nitro really doesnt work very well, maybe for throttle, but definately not steering (too fragile). Airtronics customer service (service) is horrendous! I sent a radio in with a bad display and it took almost 2 months to get it back and they made no attempts to contact me. Their servos as of late have been sketchy as to quality. I saw 2 brand new ones pulled out of the package not function at all! I have one 94357 for back up only!

Its only Hitec in my Losi 8ight (5955 steering 6965 throttle/brake)...
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