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Old 07-18-2007, 04:26 AM   #1
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what is the min torque for the steering servo for 1/10th ,
..think i am going for digitals,i' am currently with the M8thanks
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what is the min torque for the steering servo for 1/10th ,
..think i am going for digitals,i' am currently with the M8thanks
WAAA ....... I thought you are using digital servo long time ago

Steering Servo ( minimum )..... my taste :

Speed : 0.10 sec / 60 degree
Torque : 8.4 kg
Gear : Metal

Futaba S9451 has all the above ( not sure with metal gears ).

I suggest : Sanwa ERG-VX, ERG-VZ, KO Propo PDS 3486, PDS 2368. Mostly they are 13 kg with 0.10 sec servos, with Metal Gears.
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WAAA ....... I thought you are using digital servo long time ago

Steering Servo ( minimum )..... my taste :

Speed : 0.10 sec / 60 degree
Torque : 8.4 kg
Gear : Metal

Futaba S9451 has all the above ( not sure with metal gears ).

I suggest : Sanwa ERG-VX, ERG-VZ, KO Propo PDS 3486, PDS 2368. Mostly they are 13 kg with 0.10 sec servos, with Metal Gears.

seems that my hands r getting slower now..so need some of the faster servo's to counter back

is the erg-vx and erg-vz digital? there is one left at my LHS but its erg-wz with 7.4kg
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the egr-vx and egr-vz are analog servos. some people say you absolutely can't use digital in nitro cars and then I know numerous people who swear by the for years in offroad and onroad.

You should look at the new digital KO 2367 (torque) and 2368 (speed). these specific servos have a brass insert to hold the center gears in the case and electronics that supposedly reduce power if the servo is at full lock and takes an impact.
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ACE 1015 and 1313. Cant go wrong. Or the futaba S9451 and S9351
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just wait for the Brushless version of the Futaba S9451 and S9351
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check out the specs of the brushless. Its not much different.
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JR 8800 for steering and throttle....the only way to go
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check out the specs of the brushless. Its not much different.
except the life of the Motor
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thanks for the infos guys
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