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Old 06-08-2005, 08:16 PM   #1
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Hi i am looking into buying a new high speed/torque steering servo. I currently have a JR XS3 stock radio system. I found 2 good looking servos and I want to know more about both and which one offers better consistancy, holding power and generally which one is better.

here is the servo info
http://www.microrcshop.com/Merchant2...D/el_ser/30031
and here is the servo i want(same one but w/ heatsink)
http://www.microrcshop.com/Merchant2...D/el_ser/30035


And the other http://www.horizonhobby.com/Shop/ByC...dID=JRPSZ8800S

Now if there are other nice servos out there that plz share!
(not hitec though i had bad exp w/ em in the past)]

Now on to my reciever issue. I got the xs3 stock reciever as well. It great and all but i find it a bit big and heavy. However the is a new one that came out that is smaller in size and lighter. It cost 70$ and but if u get it with the xs3 pro package its only like 20-30$ more than just the xs3 package(the one i got). I looked and said unfair...i wanted that money for my servo not a $70 reciever i could've got if i purchased the pro ver..
So, buying the new one would be a waste of money cause i got no where to put the old one. Is there a way to um make it smaller without a shrink ray? I was thinking a custom reciever box but made out of what? Or buying something like a cheap small one and tweaking it a bit to fit the jr one..Who knows what i am getting into. The reciever is a tad bit annoying to cause it is a little bit bigger than the reciever box on the car so i kinda bent the reciver cap the occupy the reciever. Its like 2-5 mm too tall
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For seed and torque from a non digital checkout the Airtronics/Sanwa 94360 with the blue heatsink. It is the same as the 94357. 125 oz. @.10 secs (6-volts)
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For seed and torque from a non digital checkout the Airtronics/Sanwa 94360 with the blue heatsink. It is the same as the 94357. 125 oz. @.10 secs (6-volts)
That servo's 6 volt speed is .07
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My bad i was thinking of the 94359.
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do u know the price and i was leaning towards digital but if i see the price it might be considerable
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They are around $120, they aren't any cheaper than digitals.
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