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Old 01-24-2012, 01:39 AM
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i would like to ask a few things about team losi 8ight 2.0
i'm searching for servo right now. about throttle and brake.
i was looking the savox SC-1258 i dont want something expensive but no something very cheap,

what u suggest me to buy ?
P.s its about racing..no for fun.!!!
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Old 01-24-2012, 03:02 AM
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Yes, those are great servos for steering and throttle. Buy them and slap them in there. I have used that same servo with great success in many different cars.
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Originally Posted by *Kezar* View Post
Good morning people.
i would like to ask a few things about team losi 8ight 2.0
i'm searching for servo right now. about throttle and brake.
i was looking the savox SC-1258 i dont want something expensive but no something very cheap,

what u suggest me to buy ?
P.s its about racing..no for fun.!!!
I agree those are great servos, I have been running them for about 7 months with absolutely no issues, the 1258 is rated with 6.0 volts max, but I can tell you I have been running it with 7.4 volt lipos from day one and many other people as well with no issues. I have the 1256, 1258, 1267, 1268, 2270, 2272.

On my 8 2.0, I run 1267 throttle, 1268 steering.
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Old 01-24-2012, 03:47 AM
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^ I ran the 1258 on lipo as well. Ran perfect! I have even run the low profile 1251 on 7.4 volts with no problem. That was with a BEC though and it was only 7.4v
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i am using pack of 6 volt 5 cell team orion.
and i dont think i will change a pack because its 1900mah i can play 1 day full with practice and the final normal.
so do u agree to buy sc1258 for my throttle? i see in youtube that was very fast..
i am worry a lil bit about the kg which can handle.its true 12kg or its fake?
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I have the 1258 and 1256. Torque one on steering, speed on throttle. They are performing better than some of my previous $115-$140 servos. I cant wait to get the high-voltage ones and a lipo.
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Old 01-25-2012, 04:40 AM
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i had a talk with the shop which i wanna buy..he told me 1 thing.
the company savox has an ''issue' when its say 0.013 for example isnt that speed..
but its more faster than its say..
is that true?
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great servo man...use it..you will agree
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Old 01-26-2012, 07:19 AM
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i bought a savox 1268 just waiting to get it in the mail. i will be putting it in my sc10 sct.
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Servo seems ok but draws alot more amps then some servos have issues with it in electric app. Am going to run it as throttle servo in nitro car
If wondering e app. Was mmp in scte with tekin scx motor servo was causing power loss glitches switched servos problem went away servo works fine in all other apps have tried it in although i am a hitec guy
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I've been using 1267's in both steering and throttle. First servo that has made it through an entire race season for me.
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Finally tried one of the Savox servos (all aluminum case and I believe 416oz/[email protected]). Realy like it as a steering servo and has worked superbly...as good as some of my $200 KO's.
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You will not be disappointed with Savox.
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Old 01-29-2012, 05:20 AM
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thank you all for your opinion..
the shop here in greece is missing 1258 so i buy 1257 for throttle i hope i will be ok with KG and the speed.
before i was using towerpro mg995 but i burn 1 in the race in the final and i got owned.
so its time to change to something good.
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