The Difference Between Stock and After-Market Servos

Posted: May 6, 2011 in Uncategorized
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https://hpisavagex46.wordpress.com. I decided to do a comparo between standard stock servos and after-market servos as it was fairly convenient – given that two of my 1/8 buggies are both binded to the same transmitter.

Car #1 is a BSD BS809T Land Ripper, Running 4S Lipo 5000mah 40C by Gens Ace. Power system is a HobbyWing 80A ESC and 2230KV Brushless Motor. Stock Steering servo is good for 9kg torque at 6v, and a speed of 0.14s.

Car #2 is a Kyosho Inferno MP9 TKI WC. Powered by SH PT 28 XM1-P8, Jammin JP-4 EFRA 2062 Exhaust, Sanwa Steering Servo (hi-speed, hi-torque) with 15.6kg torque at 6V and speed of 0.06s.

Both are using a FlySky FS-GR3C receiver, binded to a FS-GT3B Transmitter.

Check out the difference in response time and just imagine how after market servos can benefit your track times and more wins at your local races.

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