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Old 11-06-2007, 10:44 AM   #1
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For my onroad cars, I always used a slower speed but higher torque servo for my throttle. ie 94357 steering , 94358 throttle. Will there be a noticiable difference if I use both 94357?

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Hi,

For my onroad cars, I always used a slower speed but higher torque servo for my throttle. ie 94357 steering , 94358 throttle. Will there be a noticiable difference if I use both 94357?

Thanks in advance.
.........i doubt it, i use 94357 for both steering and throttle in my 960 and they work great.......i would like to try the higher torque 94358 (200 oz/in.) for my steering.......high torque is not really needed for throttle.....my .02
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It is wise to have the same servo's as also the spare one. If you have to change a servo you are sure the car will drive the same.
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how much torque is really needed on a st and th servo, i ask a few company and i got different answers. (they answers might have been base on there products) i use 94360 st and 94737 th 70 oz/in on my 960
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On my 1/8 buggy, I use only 94358's, 0.1sec, 200oz, on Steering and throttle. I once used a 94357, 0.07 sec, 115 oz, on the throttle for faster throttle response (in theory, however someone later told me that the engine response will make the 0.03 sec difference negelible). 94357 burn up becasue the return spring was really tight and it is fighting it all the time.
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