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Old 07-31-2005, 01:50 AM   #1
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Heya Guys just wondering what throttle servos you guys use. I am looking at getting a Futaba. but dont know which one would be best. Has to be digital.
Any help would be appreciated. I have a JR XS3 Radio.

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Futaba s9451 is fast and strong. Digital and ~$75 at Tower.
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I use the Futaba 9550 and mount it under the deck (lower) Works great, looks great. 9451 on steering.
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Yep i agree with Apexspeed....i use the S9451 on both throttle & steering its great
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airtronics 94358
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it's way over what i need but it's always nice to know that it can handle way more. just like buying z rated tires for your bike. you may not be planning on going 220mph but it's always nice to know that even if you go more than 120mph, the tires can definitely handle it.
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