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11-30-2007 10:06 PM  10 years agoPost 21
QueeQueg

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I'm assuming you're gonna use this on a 600.

You can go with 5.5V but if your a pretty hard core 3D guy you'd better use the reg.

They'll run on 6V but the servo may not last long and certainly will have a shorter life than it would have on 4.8.

They're lightning fast on 4.8 so the extra speed isn't needed.

It won't burn up instantly at all and will take maybe 50 to a 100 flights at 6V.

You can try it on 5.5V lfy around and land after 3 or 4 mniutes and feel to see if the servo gets hot. That's a sure sign it's overworking.

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11-30-2007 10:57 PM  10 years agoPost 22
The_Widowmaker

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No this is on a 450. Its not much weight but if the servo is safe without the regulator I wold rather not use it. I will give it a try like you said and see if the servo gets warm.

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11-30-2007 10:58 PM  10 years agoPost 23
TomRex

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Widow, I confess to running my 2100T/9257 on the 5.5 output from my Jazz since I got them. No probs so far. I did do all the tail mods and things are just better, no wag, no bounce, and best fff piro yet,no lopp sided ecentric fff piros.

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