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09-10-2007 11:50 AM  10 years agoPost 1
newgasser

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hi guys,
i'd like your input on these servos, i have them installed on my ma1005 gasser for some time and last week it crashed because the aileron servo failed during flight.
i'm afraid that if i'll replace only the damaged one this will reoccur in other servos (all of them are ds8231). are they over sensitive for a gasser? are digital servos in general more sensitive than analog and "die" faster than analog ones? or is it just this brand??

thanx
liran

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09-10-2007 12:47 PM  10 years agoPost 2
HELI PRO 007

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how long have you being using them servos? i have them in my predator gasser for nearly a year and no problems touch wood!
If your gasser has vibration then servos won't last long

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09-10-2007 02:51 PM  10 years agoPost 3
Lirann

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touch wood indeed

well...i have them 5 years or so, but i bought them second hand, they didn't work that hard on my heli as i don't fly much...
maybe it was just time for it to part... shame it had to leave with such a SHAABANG

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09-10-2007 07:53 PM  10 years agoPost 4
digger123

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5 years is old for a servo they dont last forever.the jr 8231 is a good servo me and my friends have used them for years with out probs but vibs will kill them over time.

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