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Old 12-16-2007, 02:04 PM   #31
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To set the end point with tires on the ground lock to lock, will result, to much off the ground. Under load adjustment seems reasonable.
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Old 12-16-2007, 02:16 PM   #32
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Do you consider $100+ servo expensive or peace of mind ?
It's expected for me. That doesn't mean a beginner should do this, but I wouldn't look at anything under $100. Usually it's more like $100-$140. And yes if gives you piece of mind at the same time knowing your getting GREAT equipment. A Good servo help your driving out compaired to those lacking in performance. I need all the help I can get.
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Old 12-16-2007, 06:33 PM   #33
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Thanks for all of the great input. Today I stumbled across a 94359 on ebay and got it for $30 shipped. The point Scott had about the heat sink worries me though. I think I like the 9451 or 9452 best so far for the $$. I Do figure I will have to spend $80-$100. Thanks again everyone
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the new airtronics 94771-2-3 servo will not have alu heatsink, and if you look at kopropo the heat sink is really small, i personally think that heatsink are not needed. why is there such a big diffenrence in price within the 2futaba brushless servos bls451/bls351
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the new airtronics 94771-2-3 servo will not have alu heatsink, and if you look at kopropo the heat sink is really small, i personally think that heatsink are not needed. why is there such a big difference in price within the 2futaba brushless servos bls451/bls351
I just picked up two BLS451s.

The different between the two is:

BLS451 = 147 oz-in 0.10 sec/60

BLS351 = 210 oz-in 0.13 sec/60

I think the BLS351 is overkill for a throttle servo on a touring car. I would defiantly go with this servo on a 1/8th scale or buggy.
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Oh, and I forgot to mention, for you weight and size freaks:

BLS351 = 1.6 x 0.8 x 1.5 in. (weight 2.2 oz)
BLS451 = 1.6 x 0.8 x 1.4 in. (weight 2.0 oz)
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Old 12-17-2007, 03:49 PM   #37
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futaba BL451

my nitro car is brushless

been running that in both steering and throttle for 4 races. feels much the same as the 9451's I had before but I have more mah left in the battery
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Oh, and I forgot to mention, for you weight and size freaks:

BLS351 = 1.6 x 0.8 x 1.5 in. (weight 2.2 oz)
BLS451 = 1.6 x 0.8 x 1.4 in. (weight 2.0 oz)
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Either of the JR 9000 series.
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What about the Airtronics 94758 ?? It has 115 oz and .06 speed Is anyone using these??
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Anyone know a place that have the S9551 is in stock?
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hitech 5955 or 5995 they are by far the most powerful servos available the are practically indestructable there speed doesn't look good but with over 399oz, of torque the car will fail pror to the servo,
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www.servocity.com has the 9451 and 9452 in stock. The price seems good at $79.00 for the 9452
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www.servocity.com has the 9451 and 9452 in stock. The price seems good at $79.00 for the 9452
Yes that is a good price.
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www.servocity.com has the 9451 and 9452 in stock. The price seems good at $79.00 for the 9452

If you are buying more than one, then Tower Hobbies has a better price. If you buy two, they give you a discount of $3/servo plus you can still use one of the discount codes that will give you another $15 off. That brings the price down to $69.50 each.
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