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Old 01-06-2007, 02:15 PM   #1
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Is anyone running these servos if so how good are they, any broken Gears? is the 200oz enough to turn the front tires with 9oz in each?
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I Have One On The Front Of My Roc Maxx Comp Rig, I Still Think My Hitec 5985 Works Better(172 Oz) But Maybe Because Its Doing The Rear Steer Work. Easier Job Then The Front.
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I Have One On The Front Of My Roc Maxx Comp Rig, I Still Think My Hitec 5985 Works Better(172 Oz) But Maybe Because Its Doing The Rear Steer Work. Easier Job Then The Front.

If all your weight is towards the front and weighted down knuckles,wheels or tires,then yes,it's having to work ALLOT harder. Swap them out.....I'd bet the Airtronics would SPANK the Hitec then

I run the 359's on all our Twin Force crawlers(3). We are all running Moab XL's most of the time with 9 Sub C cells hanging over the front axle. As far as I know,the Rock Crusher and the 359's are pushing the same power(200 oz.) So far,I'm very pleased with the performance and durabillity of my 359's.

A guy never has enough steering power. I'd bet if I was running a 600 oz. servo.....There would be times a tire would get jammed and wouldn't turn.

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Old 01-10-2007, 04:36 PM   #4
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I have a few of the 361s. Awesome. Period.

No problems at all, and I'm a servo killer. I've broken about 10 Du-Bro servo horns since I've started using the Airtronics servos. Which is fine, because I used to break the actual servo gears when I had some HiTec stuff, though none of the Titanium geared ones.
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