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    Good servo for Sl4sh

    What's a good servo to use to replace the stock. Waterproof is a plus.

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    Go to my thread about racing...it's 2 threads under yours. I have a 1258tg, made a video to compare it to the traxxas 2075 servo side by side. and you can waterproof any servo btw.

    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread...81#post5724181

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    I just ordered a Savox SW-0231MG with glitch buster for under 45 shipped off flebay.

    Ill let you know how it works for me when I get time to install it.

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    I recommend an xq power s4020d servo
    1:16 Slash VXL
    Stampede 4x4 3800kv
    Rustler VXL

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    I am going to try a tactic tsx65. So far I have been happy with a standard tsx55 on a pede.
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    Check out Sav÷x sw-1211sg its waterproof

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jezza View Post
    I am going to try a tactic tsx65...
    CRAZY torque there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimel View Post
    Check out Sav÷x sw-1211sg its waterproof
    The one I recommended costs half as much, has 70% more torque and is only slightly slower.

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    God for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimel View Post
    Check out Sav÷x sw-1211sg its waterproof
    Quote Originally Posted by Badmunky View Post
    The one I recommended costs half as much, has 70% more torque and is only slightly slower.
    Sounds great, i will check it out too. The tactic is not water proof but thought of using the extra 2075 rebuilds that I have on it.
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    I am making an assumption that my servo is the problem. The problem with my steering is basically, it doesn't always go straight. There are times when it will track in one direction or another.


    I checked for binding and have yet to find any. Torque definitely seems to decrease the problem but I would rather find a solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oprime110 View Post
    I am making an assumption that my servo is the problem. The problem with my steering is basically, it doesn't always go straight. There are times when it will track in one direction or another.


    I checked for binding and have yet to find any. Torque definitely seems to decrease the problem but I would rather find a solution.
    It took me a while to re-align it so that it sits perfect on the servo arm (at its centre), now mine does go straight without a hitch.
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    It will go straight but after a few bumps it will track either left or right.

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