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Old 02-11-2011, 09:50 AM   #1
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Default Can i use lipo without regulator for servos ?

Have spektrum dx3s radio, hitec 5955tg and hitec 645mg...
can i use this servos with a lipo 7.2 hump pack without the voltage regulator ?or >>>

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both of those servos are not high voltage servos and will need a voltage regulator...only HV servos will work without a regulator
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I run the 5955tg servo's for steering and throttle in my MBX6 without a regulator and have had no issues. I just make sure my endpoints are correct and the servo isn't straining at all. Been using this set up for the past 2 years.

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