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Old 05-07-2004, 07:37 AM   #31
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If DIGITAL ain't matter, I wonder why HARA would spend his time to make sure all of his servo are PROGRAMMABLE correctly.

YES, KO does have 2 Programmable Digital Servos.

It ain't matter? Well, at least those World Champions would never overlook at this ADVANTAGE they can get.

justs my big jumbo mumbo quarters!

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You don't need digital, LOL, no one but the couple dozen top drivers in the world would make any advantage from them(If there was one, there is not). All they really do is suck battery power at an enormous rate.

I like the 925 analog for steering my 950's, there really isn't much point having way more torque than your servo saver has 'give', take the speed with enough torque over mega torque (and mega expense) any day.
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Well when we start running at Hara`s level then I guess we better step up to digitals. Until then...
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justs my big jumbo mumbo quarters!

I was thinking the same thing.
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Old 05-07-2004, 03:17 PM   #34
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thanks!

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justs my big jumbo mumbo quarters!

I was thinking the same thing.
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Old 05-07-2004, 03:27 PM   #35
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Well when we start running at Hara`s level then I guess we better step up to digitals. Until then...
There you said something really true! Since I will run my first race ever (a clubrace) tomorrow I think I already has bought a too good servo... But I were in love with it :P...
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I think the OP asked for the best bang for the buck, digital ain't it, that's all.
And the only real benifit of them is the program for failsafe. The downsides are are huge current draw and expense.

And since I'm here again, fish, learn to see what you're reading, I stated that the only people that might find an advantage are the top world class drivers, your reply looks like you just want to add your quarters, which look to be worth considerably less than that.

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Apparently, I cannot.

Well, how much of the current drawn out comparing to the Analog? Do you know? I just wonder why those champions did not opt for analog. You know why? Because Digital rules!

hahaha...

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I think the OP asked for the best bang for the buck, digital ain't it, that's all.
And the only real benifit of them is the program for failsafe. The downsides are are huge current draw and expense.

And since I'm here again, fish, learn to see what you're reading, I stated that the only people that might find an advantage are the top world class drivers, your reply looks like you just want to add your quarters, which look to be worth considerably less than that.

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Old 05-07-2004, 03:48 PM   #38
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by the way, sorry...

I have more than just my mom who love me...

poor guy, I feel sorry for you...

here's a big kiss...

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Calm down! I've already ordered the KO Propo PS-2173 FET Analogue so you can't make me change.. I'll buy a digital steering servo when I feel I need it..
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peace

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Calm down! I've already ordered the KO Propo PS-2173 FET Analogue so you can't make me change.. I'll buy a digital steering servo when I feel I need it..
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But..... I must say thanx to all of you, I've learned a lot!
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A good steering or throttle servo for most drivers in TC would be a 525mg it is 5 pot so it centers well and has a very quick rate of movement along with good torque.

I have run lots of hitec servos and feel they are the best you can buy for the money.

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That one could be my new throttle servo when i need one! Thanx!
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