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11-26-2006 07:56 PM  11 years agoPost 1
helisfreak

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Im currently using 3 tower pro metal gear servo on my T600, and on 6v it got ultra 120oz of torqe. But the servo bounce when it goes back to center. It also have a little bit of slop, like 1mm.

I also notice a major problem, is when i pull hard cyclic, like rainbow, then it act weird, like it about to go out of control, I think this is what cause my last crash.

I was wondering how come I don't see a lot using metal gear, maybe break to many other parts because of mg? Or MG have to much slop and just don't run as smooth.

Anyone have a HS-5645MG, seem like a good price with good specs to. 18second? 160oz.

Can anyone own this servo and let me know if it have any SLOP on the arms?

thanks

If i got $, I will run my T-rex on 10s lithium.

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11-26-2006 11:43 PM  11 years agoPost 2
marc8090

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I don't have that servo but metal gear servos generally develop slop more quickly than plastic gears.

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11-27-2006 02:08 AM  11 years agoPost 3
Mike Wilson

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Marc8090 is correct. Metal gear servos will develop slop a little quicker than plastic gear servos but your mileage will vary based on flying style and crashes.

I'm running Futaba 9451 servos in my 600 and I've had over 150 hard 3D flights with no noticeable slop so far.

I have not used the Hitec 5645MG so I can't help you there .

....Mike

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11-29-2006 02:48 AM  11 years agoPost 4
helisfreak

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How much torqe do you guy think is enough for the t600, My choopper is acting crazy and getting worse when hard cyclic input. Like constant roll, and it almost look like a servo is lock up or something is stuck. Hardly get any control for a spit second. Then it all over the place, then take about 2-3 second to go back to normal?

I can't yank and bang the stick like Alan Szabo, not sure what wrong. How much torqe and speed is good to 3d?

Thanks

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11-29-2006 03:56 AM  11 years agoPost 5
Mike Wilson

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I think any servo over 90oz of torque will work well on the T-Rex 600. It sounds to me like you are getting lockouts of some sort.

I would check your electronics.

...Mike

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11-29-2006 05:04 AM  11 years agoPost 6
helisfreak

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Now, I notice this problem only if i have my strong pack, which hold the head speed very constant, and the heli feel much more jumpy. Where I stick my weak pack in, and the headspeed slow down a bit, then the problem doesn't happen, or not noticeble.

I will probably hunt down some other digi mg servo.

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11-29-2006 06:16 AM  11 years agoPost 7
docjoe

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I've used the 5645 MGs in my T-Rex 600 and with the Align 6V BEC, the speed is fair. But I did upgrade to the 9451s and they're a lot faster!

Joe
We haven't seen Colonel Angus around these parts for years!

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