Fastest servo?

Old 06-26-2008, 09:56 PM
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Allright jokers, here's the deal,

I need a quick (preferably the FASTEST) digital servo they make, tourque is not an imidiate issue considering the application will be in a touring car. about 80oz/in is enough tourque.

I've seen the JR 9100s servo and its rediculus speed, is there anything faster?

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Old 06-27-2008, 12:40 AM
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At our track the fastest servo is Scoota's JR, you should see the speed that baby hits down the straight!!!

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I run JR servos and the 8800's and 9100's are some of the best servos on the market imo.
I would have to think that the JR9100s is about as fast as you can get.
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I luv all my futaba 9551s (6 of them)
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I have a 9100s and it is stupid fast. I don't know if it is the fastest around, but I can't imagine you needing something any faster then this.
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If there is anything much faster than a 9100s then you will probably start to run into issues with your radio not being fast enough.
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Old 06-27-2008, 04:50 PM
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JR is a fine choice, great rep at our LHS. But consider the Futaba brushless BLS451 too. Yes, I know the official rating is slower, but in car they seem wicked fast. Certainly seem quicker than the FET KOs I have with better ratings. Tried them because of a bud that had one and the Airtronics (737??) also with a better rating. Almost seems like the radio is glitching when you play with the wheel. And they are a touch cheaper. The brushless should be more reliable/consistent over time.

And it’s just cool to have a totally brushless ride. Cheers!
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9100s is 0.06 seconds (60degrees/6v)/ I am 99% sure it the fastest around. I am pretty sure Ko Propo and Airtronics both have servos in the 0.07 and 0.08 second range--but I think the 9100s and 9000s take the cake.

I also have a 9000s --which was also rated at 0.06 seconds but with less torque than the 9100s, and to me the 9000s does feel and look a bit faster even with the same speed rating.
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