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Old 08-29-2010, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Shadowhope View Post
im prolly just gonna go with the 7955 just cause its cheaper and has just as fast

well if you think its too much to handle than you can just sell it anyways.
although, i do think futaba servos center the best and dont lose its centering.
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Old 08-29-2010, 07:33 PM
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well if you think its too much to handle than you can just sell it anyways.
although, i do think futaba servos center the best and dont lose its centering.
LMAO how would a servo be "too much to handle"??? What are you even talking about.
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Old 08-29-2010, 07:35 PM
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I run the 7955 in my buggy and it works great!
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Oh Dude! don't go under 200oz on a steering servo for 1/8 buggy
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Old 08-29-2010, 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted by JAMMINKRAZY View Post
There's no such thing as too much. Both servos are awesome.
so the more torque the better?
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Old 08-29-2010, 07:40 PM
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i dont know what some of guys are talking about i mean ive used a 130 oz servo on, my buggy and it holds the wheels fine when i turn so if it can turn the wheels without a push or having to go real wide than its fine.


i dont know maybe you guys drive like balls to the wall or something.
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Old 08-29-2010, 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by tc5 man View Post
i dont know what some of guys are talking about i mean ive used a 130 oz servo on, my buggy and it holds the wheels fine when i turn so if it can turn the wheels without a push or having to go real wide than its fine.


i dont know maybe you guys drive like balls to the wall or something.
i have a 119 torque servo that came stock with my 8ight 2.0 buggy and it is awful cause when i turn i turn really wide and run into the walls so im hoping a higher torque will work better
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Originally Posted by Shadowhope View Post
i have a 119 torque servo that came stock with my 8ight 2.0 buggy and it is awful cause when i turn i turn really wide and run into the walls so im hoping a higher torque will work better

yea but dint you have a bind in your steering ? i know that will cause a problem .

but yea 130 oz to 195 oz is enough.
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Originally Posted by tc5 man View Post
yea but dint you have a bind in your steering ? i know that will cause a problem .

but yea 130 oz to 195 oz is enough.
wat does a bind mean?
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Originally Posted by Shadowhope View Post
wat does a bind mean?

when something is touching each other or its too tight and theres no enough movement.
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For myself anything under 200 oz feels to sluggish under power...everyone drives different i guess
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I personally like more speed vs torque. I have the JR 9100s and 180oz it plenty of torque for a buggy!!!

The savox servos are 67.99 on amain and they are .07 speed and about 140 oz torque. I don't know if I've asked on this thread already or not, but has anybody tried that savox servo in a 1/8 yet? I'm going to order one for my SC but I'll try it out in my 1/8 as well
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Old 08-29-2010, 07:55 PM
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Originally Posted by mb4545 View Post
For myself anything under 200 oz feels to sluggish under power...everyone drives different i guess

well i like, a servo that has about 130 oz of torque or more with the speed about .12 or .09 but .07 thats too fast for me lol.

im kind of smooth on the throttle.

but i run truggy now that was last year.
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Originally Posted by Shadowhope View Post
For steering you dont want a toque servo you want speed and throttle u want torque.
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