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Old 05-20-2019, 11:22 AM
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I'm not sure about how warm it was. I was more focused on swapping it out in time for qualifying.

This happened on 6V and 7.4V.
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Old 05-28-2019, 08:27 PM
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Any experience with this servo? I picked one up to either use in my Clod Buster or one of my crawlers. Waterproof, really good specs, and was cheap. I already have it, just wondering what y'all's thoughts are.
I threw 2 of these in my Mbx7T. So far they work great, no complaints. Since they've proven themselves, I wanna replace them with the B3 Power HD servos and throw these in my buggy.
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Quick update on my Blue Bird. I mailed the defective servo back to Flight Comp and Ali mailed me a replacement today. He said he hasn't had a chance to dig into the one I sent back yet but I'll update if he finds something.
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Quick update on my Blue Bird. I mailed the defective servo back to Flight Comp and Ali mailed me a replacement today. He said he hasn't had a chance to dig into the one I sent back yet but I'll update if he finds something.
At least customer service is good which is a plus.
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Old 05-30-2019, 04:48 AM
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Saw this and thought I'd add in my choice for cheaper servos. I've personally had great luck with the hobbyking Trackstar and Turnigy servos for use in 1/10 racing. I currently have a Turnigy TGY-R12 fitted to my TA07ms which has felt great so far. My retro TB-02 uses a TrackStar TS-D99X which for the price is one of my favourites to have as a spare as well.
I have several of thier now discontined fully alloy case ones (they replaced it with a new version) and have never felt any issues with these even after a few years of running
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I'm using PowerHD servos on my kits.

L-12HV - Digital, waterproof, all-aluminum casing, low-profile, coreless, titanium gears, high speed @0.06secs. $60 - installed on my FF03



LW-20MG - Digital. waterproof, aluminum/titanium gears, 20kg load. $22 - installed on my CC-01




Both servos are working great!
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Old 06-03-2019, 06:53 PM
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Just to add another option to the list.
AGF Servo. They have many option at several price range. From coreless potentiometer servo to brushless magnetic encoder servo.

I just ordered mine which is supposed to arrive around this week but we have a national holiday this week. So, it will be here on next week.

This is the model I ordered. Ordered it for $79 shipped.


​​​I bought it directly from their factory sales rep. You can find her here.

Also if you guys can take a look at inside of the servo in the video below. Its a different model, but the system is almost similar.
https://youtu.be/tqdol6rTbDg

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Installed my replacement BLS-29A today. It's light in fast compared to the Evo P2 I had to use while getting it replaced. RC Pro should be a good test for it this weekend.
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Skaar_RC did you ever get your servo?
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Skaar_RC did you ever get your servo?
Yes i just got it 2 days ago... Will be testing it tmrow.


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Great. I need a new steering servo.
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