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Mlbracing 11-03-2008 05:15 PM

Which servos?
 
I just got my 8ight 2.0 and this past weekend I ran the JR 9000T and 9000S

I only used those because they were in my Truggy

I need new ones for the buggy and put the 9000's in the truggy

which should I get?

I hear Ace Servos are cheap and good but some people say get Hitec or Futaba Brushless series

which would be better?

(ps. I blew a Futaba servo in the buggy this past weekend before I put the 9000T in it)

Chill_Will 11-03-2008 06:26 PM

You are going to get 50 different answers. I like the 3yr warranty with the JR myself. Does anyone else offer a warranty like that?

rced1 11-03-2008 08:02 PM

The Futaba 9350/9351, HiTec TG series, JR 9000 series, and the Ace 1015 have all been fast reliable servos.

jamminnay 11-03-2008 08:04 PM

i just ordered the futaba bls 451 and 452

Integra 11-03-2008 09:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chill_Will (Post 5011254)
You are going to get 50 different answers. I like the 3yr warranty with the JR myself. Does anyone else offer a warranty like that?


its hard to beat Lifetime :nod:


and if u dont know who they are....well...thats too bad for you. :lol:

Blower Uper A 11-04-2008 12:32 AM

For a 1/8 scale buggie i would recommend a, hi tech servo, very good, and with a truggie still go with the hi tech 24kg titanium geared one. my dad has a hobao st pro with a hobao 102 wich is stanard but he only go it yesterday but straight away hes putting the hi tech 24 kg one its a very good product couldnt say a bad thing about it :smile:


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