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Old 11-19-2008, 05:05 AM   #1
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Hi guys i came across the Hitec webby and was wondering whats the advantages and disadvantages bwteen a coreless and cored(3 pole motor type) servo

Also which do you prefer to use.

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For racing, a coreless servo provides more speed and torque. Coreless servos usually cost more, so if you aren't racing there isn't a reason to go coreless. I personally prefer futaba's brushless line of servos...the motors will never wear out.
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