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Old 04-17-2004, 01:01 AM   #16
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lmk if you want to sell a servo
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Old 04-17-2004, 01:07 AM   #17
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Go the smaller 1/10 ofna starter box. I love mine. Although people don't like the dual motors I replaced mine with tritan motors and blam..... There's enough torque to start a 1/8 buggy. I don't like the plastic I don't think they'll last as long. Starter boxes have to be pratical and heck you want your V one RR to look good not your starter box. But it's on you... go with you like.....Just my 2 cents.............

BTW-are you going to convert your RR to an evo????
I agree. Buy one that is good and will last you a long time. It is not like people are buying starter boxes when new models come out, so you wont replace it unless it breaks. So buy a one that will not break.
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Old 04-17-2004, 01:13 AM   #18
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DOMO- these servo's were bad.... Cirrus was the brand I think.... One wouldn't center and the other was really glichty... They looked cool they had clear shells so you could see the gears moving...... Has anybody heard of Cirrus????
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Yeah. Hobby People carries Cirrus servos.
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DOMO- these servo's were bad.... Cirrus was the brand I think.... One wouldn't center and the other was really glichty... They looked cool they had clear shells so you could see the gears moving...... Has anybody heard of Cirrus????
yah, have heard of them. But didnt hear good things about them though
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