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Old 03-14-2011, 11:25 AM   #5896
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hehe, in your car on the way to home?
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Old 03-14-2011, 12:41 PM   #5897
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I'll give you $400 for one, that's "almost half the price".
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Old 03-14-2011, 01:12 PM   #5898
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lollll "ALMOST HALF PRICE" TYPO
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Old 03-15-2011, 03:41 AM   #5899
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I've got a Hitec HS-945 MG which has 152 oz of torque and a transit time of .12 sec. Would that be a sufficient throttle/brake servo?
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I've got a Hitec HS-945 MG which has 152 oz of torque and a transit time of .12 sec. Would that be a sufficient throttle/brake servo?
That's plenty of torque. As for speed, I always believed that there was no need for a servo to be faster than my hand.
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Old 03-15-2011, 10:05 AM   #5901
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i just got the new RSX series Kopropo servos for my new NT1WE. all i can say is crazy smooth and quiet. first impression very impressed. they are a little on the expensive side but i think they are well worth it.
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Old 03-15-2011, 10:06 AM   #5902
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That's plenty of torque. As for speed, I always believed that there was no need for a servo to be faster than my hand.
Makes a lot of sense when you put it that way. Besides, it'll more cost efficient if i use it instead of buying another servo. Besides, I don't think I'll be able to notice .05 sec difference.Thanks CCR1.
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Old 03-16-2011, 10:53 AM   #5904
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I'm looking for a low-profile steering. Any recommendations?
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I'm looking for a low-profile steering. Any recommendations?
Savox 1251MG
FUTABA S9551 or BLS551

The 1251mg is really cheap and very fast. Plus the gear set is very cheap too.

I have been using the S9551 in the throttle for quite some time without any problems.

The BLS551 seems to be good, but expensive.
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Old 03-16-2011, 11:08 AM   #5907
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I have been using these on both steering and throttle in my NT1.
This is the Team Orion Vortex VDS 1009 Digital Low Profile Metal Gear Servo. If you're looking for quality and power at a hard-to-beat price look no further than Vortex Digital! These servos offer features like high quality metal gears, and powerful, precise coreless motors. These high-end servos are perfect for even the most serious model car enthusiast.

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138 oz-in @ 6.0V (10 kg-cm)

.09 sec/60 Transit Speed @ 6.0V
Ultra Strong Metal Gears
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Powerful and Precise Long-Life Coreless Motor
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I have been using these on both steering and throttle in my NT1.
This is the Team Orion Vortex VDS 1009 Digital Low Profile Metal Gear Servo. If you're looking for quality and power at a hard-to-beat price look no further than Vortex Digital! These servos offer features like high quality metal gears, and powerful, precise coreless motors. These high-end servos are perfect for even the most serious model car enthusiast.

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138 oz-in @ 6.0V (10 kg-cm)

.09 sec/60 Transit Speed @ 6.0V
Ultra Strong Metal Gears
High Quality Dual Ball Bearings
Powerful and Precise Long-Life Coreless Motor
JR-connector
25T Futaba-type Output Shaft

Amazing Price/Performance Ratio
These are a good alternative too... Although, I broke a tooth in one of the gears of this servo, thank god they use the same gear set as the 1251MG. Many say that Orion servos are just Savox servos rebranded... Or maybe the other way around...
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These are a good alternative too... Although, I broke a tooth in one of the gears of this servo, thank god they use the same gear set as the 1251MG. Many say that Orion servos are just Savox servos rebranded... Or maybe the other way around...
Yes, I beleive Savox makes the servos for spektrum and orion. I use the spektrum servos in 1/8th scale.
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Thanks guys, I ordered the Savox...$55

Another question; what are you guys setting your servo saver to? Instruction manual says 1mm.
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