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Protek 100 servo, SS versus T

Old 08-19-2019, 02:53 PM
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I did not find a separate thread for this servo topic. I am cannibalizing another 1/10th car to work on a TA B6D and it comes with a Protek servo. And, I happen to have a second one. One is the SS and one is the T. The former has a .09 transit speed and 168 oz-in of torque. The latter has .14 and 216. I guess the question is, does that difference in transit speed make a huge difference? I cannot imagine the torque would be an issue with that size car. Any thoughts?
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Old 08-19-2019, 05:43 PM
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Use the ss for 2wd buggy, you want soeed not torque, although we've been through over half a dozen of them and finally moved up to the 160t.
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did you check in the Radio and Electronics forum?
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im about to put a 100ss in a b6.1 FL on wednesday. it was .01 slower than the savox 1258tg so figured it would be very similar in that regard
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Originally Posted by Slashripper View Post
Use the ss for 2wd buggy, you want soeed not torque, although we've been through over half a dozen of them and finally moved up to the 160t.
Whats the benefit of the 160t that you have noted?
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