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    Which servo to use in my build?

    Lets have your pick for servo replacement for the Slash 4X4! Please include model # and the reason why you think this is the BEST servo for the Slash 4X4.

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    I like the Savox 1256tg. It is a sweet servo, super fast at 6v and ton's of torque. This is the same servo I use in my D8T e-conversion race Truggy.
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    I use a Hitec 7955tg. Good speed and way overkill on torque.


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    Hi tec 7955 TG here fast, strong and durable but a little pricey. Would probably go with the savox next time, it's durable and half the price.
    Honestly for general bashing and being waterproof the stocker isn't a bad choice.
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    Check this out. http://www.servodatabase.com/


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    Quote Originally Posted by happymachinist View Post
    Check this out. http://www.servodatabase.com/


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    I saw the database before but was just curious what servos people were using and why. I just bought a roller that I am building over the winter so just doing some research

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    Yeah I just thought I'd trow the link up. A budy of mine likes his savox SC-1232. They are kinda noisy but its holding up well for him so far. But he's only had it for a month or two.


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    Savox 1258tg it is fast with great torque.

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    I use the DS1015 for racing because of transit speed and 201 in/oz. of torque. Very reliable but pricey also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toolman View Post
    I use the DS1015 for racing because of transit speed and 201 in/oz. of torque. Very reliable but pricey also.
    +1 on the ds1015
    i love this servo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC-Fan View Post
    Savox 1258tg it is fast with great torque.
    Double wammy I use the same one. Very good servo. +1 LOL

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    To be honest, I still am happy with the stock servo. I might eventually try something different but for now the stock one is working very well for me. Let us all know which servo you choose to use
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    The sc-1267sg is another good choice and can be run at 7.4 volts any of the above mentioned are great and will serve the intented purpose good luck now on making your choice and have fun

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