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Old 12-18-2007, 08:31 PM   #46
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Anyone know a place that have the S9551 is in stock?
I don't they thery are available yet. I have had two preordered since Nov 2nd. The arrival date keeps getting pushed backed. It is driving me nuts.
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When will the 9551 be available?
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When will the 9551 be available?
Tower has changed the availability date three times. When i ordered mine on Nov 2nd they said late Nov. Then about 3.5 weeks ago they changed it to late Dec. About a week ago it changed to Late Jan. I know I want a pair of them.
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Old 12-20-2007, 01:35 PM   #49
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abit of subject here, but how much torque would you recommend for steering servo for 1/8 onroad??

im using ko 2363 at the mo, with 8kg torque and 0.08 speed

is this too little??

thanks
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Old 12-20-2007, 02:34 PM   #50
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hey guys
abit of subject here, but how much torque would you recommend for steering servo for 1/8 onroad??

im using ko 2363 at the mo, with 8kg torque and 0.08 speed

is this too little??

thanks
I'm not a expert on servos but I think that might not be enough for 1/8 scale but I'm quit sure, more 1/8 scale racers will give you better insight on this matter.
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hey guys
abit of subject here, but how much torque would you recommend for steering servo for 1/8 onroad??

im using ko 2363 at the mo, with 8kg torque and 0.08 speed

is this too little??

thanks
Actually it is fine ( 8kg , 0.08sec ).

Some torq mania ( like me ) would prefer 2368, a 13kg spec but I have to sacrifice speed down to 0.13 sec.
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I don't they thery are available yet. I have had two preordered since Nov 2nd. The arrival date keeps getting pushed backed. It is driving me nuts.
That means they are having problems with the servos, and probably still working on the bugs.
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hey guys
abit of subject here, but how much torque would you recommend for steering servo for 1/8 onroad??

thanks
I'm using Airtronics 94357. That has 125oz @6v at .08 in my 960, 710 & 720. Very fast and really good staying power.
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