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Old 09-23-2009, 02:32 PM   #16
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So are you saying this kind of HV servos require a RX which can output 7.4v to it ? I never use HV servo before. Sorry for this dumb question.
The receiver will put out 7.4 volts or higher when you use a 2 cell / 7.4 volt Lipo battery, the bottom line is that you need a 2 cell 7.4 volt Lipo for the Z9100HVS or Z9100HVT servo.
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Old 09-23-2009, 02:48 PM   #17
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So are you saying this kind of HV servos require a RX which can output 7.4v to it ? I never use HV servo before. Sorry for this dumb question.
Hmmm interesting! Aren't you the owner of Rctoro?
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Old 09-23-2009, 04:20 PM   #18
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Use LiFe. The Rx battery is like Lipo but output only 6.6v. Perfect for receivers.

http://www.rc-toro.com/product_info....27cc7d1743e5c2
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^^THis.

I have already tried a regular 6v NiMH receiver pack and the servo was barely chugging.

It was specifically designed for 2S LiPo. LiFe, unfortunately, does not cut it.
There are Lipo's and Life's w/ the JST connector (the little red receiver connector) from quite a few brands out there Xceed sells them IP, Me (SkyRocket), Maxamps, Hyperion, Common Sense RC, they all have JST connectors on their lipos.

Not sure why everyone is so quick to switch to lipos I run my 2/3a cells in all my gas cars, I get about 1.5 hours of run time from my NIMH cells I like the way the car feels with the weight in the bottom of the chassis from the NIMH.

I run a RRR as well and Xceed sells a super tiny regulator that I use in conjunction with my Lipos and it all fits quite nicely into my car, but as i said above i like the weight of nimh better.
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Old 09-25-2009, 11:49 AM   #19
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Use LiFe. The Rx battery is like Lipo but output only 6.6v. Perfect for receivers.

http://www.rc-toro.com/product_info....27cc7d1743e5c2
Anymore feedback from you guys that are using this batt for receiver? I m going to order mine soon.
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