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Old 01-14-2011, 07:40 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by token View Post
I have.................Especially in buggy.

I run Losi Lipo and can go ALL DAY unregulated. I dont because it makes no sense to risk a run away.

I have seen more cars run away with a regulator than servos burnt up with out regulator.

I rather have 7.2 v going into a 45 min main than 6v...
my point to this whole deal is that it is not needed to go fast, some pros still dont run lipo or life packs because it may upset the car if you take the weight off that spot. if you run on carpet with a 1/12th scale i can see a faster servo making it trun faster but the 4 years that i run on carpet i found it takes less steering input because you have more traction then you know what to do with and when you get used to running on carpet then go back to dirt you see how much your buggy is really pushing when you trun that wheel.
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