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Old 03-14-2013, 10:32 PM   #16
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KO servos if you want to pay for the best. They are excellent.
Otherwise go with protek. The aluminum case ones are sexy
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Old 03-15-2013, 02:18 AM   #17
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Default Hmmm

I really like Futaba but their customer service is not very good, the few times in history I had issues they were kinda irritating to deal with, but heck, i still love their servos.

KO man those things are smooth, but its such an odd company. I dunno. I wouldn't buy one, but that's just me. They have always been fantastic.

Protek, those things are nice. My buddy tried one for throttle and it's really good. still a little early to go all in for them though, but it sure was made well.

I still use the 7955's in steering just cause I know they last forever. But futaba for throttle for the last bazillion tanks of fuel for me.

Savox, that buzzing sound makes me run like forrest gump.
Mad Dog drives a Mugen MBX-7, Novarossi engines, Clockwork Racing, Futaba radio, AKA/Proline Tires
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