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Old 10-10-2008, 05:36 PM
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Originally Posted by jrp View Post
As long as you use a servo saver, that servo will get you going. It is a tic slower then what I am using (JR Z3650 @ .11 - 4.8v), but won't be to bad I think. And I have some batt bars if you need them.
I'll hit someones tweak station before I run Sunday. Car seems neutral, but if I have to add anything to one side, I have a mini 6v pack I might throw on. This servo is rated at [email protected] 6v.

Can I just plug the pack in the receiver and run both the esc and a battery pack or do I need to do something fancy to keep from blowing up the receiver???? Never tried this. I know onroad is all about weight savings so it may not be worth the effort.
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