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Old 09-04-2013, 03:33 AM
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Are you looking for nice waterproof boat servo?
here is some good choices for you.

XQ-S4013D 12kg~13kg torque 4.8V~6.0V(7.2V at most)
:applicable for 50cc around boats.

XQ-S4016D 14.5~15.8kg torque 4.8V~6.0V(7.2V at most)
:applicable for 80cc around boats

XQ-S4020D 17.2~21.8kg torque 4.8V~6.0V(7.2V at most)
:applicable for 100cc around boats

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Check the web link below,you'll get better understanding on theie waterproof function......

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYxhhBIg4nE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDgN2BM6ZN0


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I just spend $15.00 and get myself a spray can of Corrosion X, it'll do a lot of servo's and my receivers! It's also great for things like frozen door locks or squeaky hinges.
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Or get a boat that doesn't leak. When I bring my boats in they barely have a drop of water in them
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Originally Posted by Cinnabun View Post
Or get a boat that doesn't leak. When I bring my boats in they barely have a drop of water in them

You can say it again,but not many boat lovers as professional as you
sometimes they are easy to get their boats wet,I guess that's why waterproof
servos count for boaters......:
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When I was actively racing I ran 645 and 625 Hitecs. If they got wet I opened them up and blew them out and let them dry on the stove over night. I had one that got wet regularily and still running today. I saw that Savox just released new waterproof servos and one was in the low 100s for torque and a 200 plus torque servos. I didnt look close as I noticed as I was leaving work. I know Hitec has one or two waterproof ones also. I can check prices and specs tomorrow and post.
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Wow, I am simply amazed! A Spammer actually comes back in and makes a reply! Yeah, I went in and saw your posting history.
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Nice catch Ron! I'll gladly take care of him. Why do spammers like the boat section so much?
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You got me! There's been a few of them lately in the boat forum as we had some from the UK in here also. What this one and the others did is clearly against site rules, there's even a stickie here.
I was a Mod over on another site, a sister to this one in fact for 4 years and dealt with a lot of this.
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