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    Steering servo

    What is a really good-fast-strong steering servo for the revo? I am only useing a single servo setup and i am tired of the stock servo gears breaking. I am building a Revo-E and has more weight then the E-Revo so i want something that is really hard to strip out.

    Thanks for any input, I am useing the TQi TX and RX so i need one that will work with the TQi RX.
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    this one is pretty decent with double the torque of 2075 almost.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Savox-SC...item3a7df1c2c6
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    Or a hitec 7950th with titanium gears

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyT1992 View Post
    What is a really good-fast-strong steering servo for the revo? I am only useing a single servo setup and i am tired of the stock servo gears breaking. I am building a Revo-E and has more weight then the E-Revo so i want something that is really hard to strip out.

    Thanks for any input, I am useing the TQi TX and RX so i need one that will work with the TQi RX.
    the stock 2075 servo? you are only running one. 125 in/oz really should run two....or a single with at least 250 in/oz.....
    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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    Quote Originally Posted by 87 GN View Post
    the stock 2075 servo? you are only running one. 125 in/oz really should run two....or a single with at least 250 in/oz.....
    Yes just one 2075.
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    And this is a nice one, But really expencive http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...FQSg4AodlAEARg

    It's more then i would want to spend on a single steering servo, But if it is one of the better steering servos for this big heavy truck i will consider it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by humayrayakongkinaon View Post
    this one is pretty decent with double the torque of 2075 almost.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Savox-SC...item3a7df1c2c6
    I will probably get this or something like it though.
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    Even cheaper on their direct site probably due to no ebay fees ...

    http://www.rcsuperstore.com/Hitec_HS.../hrc37950s.htm

    Used them to buy my e-revo, and other parts, transaction was flawless.

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    Go Hitech or JR.

    If you want to go cheap and you like loud servos that fail to center and draw down the onboard BEC of you ESC to where it glitches, brown outs or flat out blacks out get a Savox.

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    I've run hitec, and savox they are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acidburn123 View Post
    Even cheaper on their direct site probably due to no ebay fees ...

    http://www.rcsuperstore.com/Hitec_HS.../hrc37950s.htm

    Used them to buy my e-revo, and other parts, transaction was flawless.
    Is that one of the best servos for a single servo setup in the revo? It's expencive, But i am putting in a MMM maybe the new waterproof one i dont know yet, But if i am putting high end stuff in my revo i dont want to skimp out on the servo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyT1992 View Post
    Is that one of the best servos for a single servo setup in the revo? It's expencive, But i am putting in a MMM maybe the new waterproof one i dont know yet, But if i am putting high end stuff in my revo i dont want to skimp out on the servo.
    Yes it is one of the best choices IMO. Think thats steep, Im running a JR with similar specs!

    http://www.jrradios.com/Products/Def...D=JRPSZ9100HVT

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinThyme View Post
    Yes it is one of the best choices IMO. Think thats steep, Im running a JR with similar specs!

    http://www.jrradios.com/Products/Def...D=JRPSZ9100HVT
    Lol thats a whole lot more, I think i will get the other one for $125. I think anything over $60 is alot though. lol
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    I never wanted to.pay that much either but glad I did

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    Yeah, Atleast it's only one. Would i notice a speed difference from stock? I was just wondering because i dont race or anything and i always thought the 2075 was fast.
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    Its much faster !
    You also need a traxxas 5344x hd servo spring and one of these http://www.teamstrc.com/index.php?ro...product_id=151

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