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Old 04-19-2013, 06:57 PM   #1
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Hey guys I whats a good non hv servos that can work with a nitro truggy a onroad car a 1/8 ep buggy and a 1/10 sct ive got a savox servos I am not happy with them
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I have used the OMG servos, they work very well. Infact, I have Spektrum A6030 servos, and the two OMG servos I use, outperforms the Spektrum.
I have the LDT052200B and the LDT062150B. I use them in my Clodbusters. I have never seen clod tires turn so fast, and with no hesitation.
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I've actually been pretty happy with the Turnigy 1258TG servo so far in my testing and on the track:

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I use ae 1015's in everything and never a problem.
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