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    Hiteach servo?

    I was thinking about getting a hi teach servo but I'm not sure if it is worth the money. Has any one fitted one fitted one to a slayer and was it worth the money?

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    I've used them in TMAXX's, Revo's and other Non-Traxxas RC's. I have a digital radio setup and I race. I've tried JR, Futaba and Savox.. Only to return back to Hitek


    I use the Hitek 5995tg, its around $120.00 last time I checked, but 320 Oz of torque on the steering is just SWEET!!!
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    I am using the 7955 and it is the best servo I have used.

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    Hitec servo are great worth every penny just remember that they run backwards from traxxas servo so you have the reverse the servo on the radio.
    I wanted to put a really cool signature but I ran

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    If you are just backyard running, a 645MG is a less expensive option that has plenty enough power and speed. The 645MG runs around $31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarGuy7a View Post
    If you are just backyard running, a 645MG is a less expensive option that has plenty enough power and speed. The 645MG runs around $31.
    That's an analog servo fine for analog radios,,,, for a digital 2.4 ghz though, I'd recommend using a digital servo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarGuy7a View Post
    If you are just backyard running, a 645MG is a less expensive option that has plenty enough power and speed. The 645MG runs around $31.
    That's an analog servo fine for analog radios,,,, for a digital 2.4 ghz though, I'd recommend using a digital servo.
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