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    Servo saver

    Just browsing around looking for options for a good, servo mounted servo saver.
    Found this one by Hot Racing part #SHS88M. Anyone tried it? Any good or better to stick with a Kimbrough? I like that its aluminum, but its not the total selling point for me.

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    Probably the best servo saver is the Ofna CNC top. It has a strong spring, made of good quality plastic, and won't pop apart on hard hits. The Racer's Edge servo saver is a close second. The Kimborough is ok, but pops apart on hard hits and isn't made of very nice plastic. The Kimborough 124 has a stronger spring than the 121, and they are readily available around here, unlike the Ofna and Racer's Edge. I have never used the Hot Racing piece, but it sure does look nice.

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    I've been using the Kimbrough 124 for has long as I can remember and it has yet to fail me. No experience with the Hot Racing saver but I do recommend the Kimbrough.
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