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Old 03-09-2012, 05:48 AM
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Which Servo would you fit to either Steering or Throttle.
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Savox Sc-1268SG

Dimensions(mm): 40.3x20.2x37.2
Weight(g): 62.0
Speed(@4.8V sec/60): .15
Torque(@4.8V oz-in): 160.0
Speed(@6.0V sec/60): .13
Torque(@6.0V oz-in): 208.3
Speed(@7.4V sec/60): .11
Torque(@7.4V oz-in): 347.2
Gear: Unique Steel
Bearing: 2BB
Case: Aluminum
25 Tooth Spline
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Savox Sc-12687SG

Dimensions(mm): 40.3x20.2x37.2
Weight(g): 62.0
Speed(@4.8V sec/60): .13
Torque(@4.8V oz-in): 130.0
Speed(@6.0V sec/60): .11
Torque(@6.0V oz-in): 180.5
Speed(@7.4V sec/60): .09
Torque(@7.4V oz-in): 291.0
Gear: Unique Steel
Bearing: 2BB
Case: Aluminum
25 Tooth Spline
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68 on steering.
67 on throttle.
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+1 if that's what you got. Personally I like 1268's on both steering and throttle.
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Originally Posted by Frank L View Post
+1 if that's what you got. Personally I like 1268's on both steering and throttle.
Buggy 67 on both
Truggy 67 throttle 68 steering
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I see you have the answer already. A good rule of thumb is the "higher torque servos are is usually used for steering".
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