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09-06-2003 01:45 PM  14 years agoPost 1
I3DM

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Hello guys.
has anyone tried a 9350 for a CCPM application ? that servo is pretty much the ultimate in performance, but im not sure if a CCPM application would favor a metal geared servo (because of wear).
a 9252 is obviously great for CCPM, but if you were to buy new servos for a CCPM application today (i fly only Futaba) and cost is not an issue, what would you take and why ? i know that torque is not an issue with a CCPM setup and using 3x 9252 would give much more torque then needed (check out JK's fury), but the 9350 is even faster then the 9252, and thats where the benefit might come from.
so what do you think ?
thanks.

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09-06-2003 02:06 PM  14 years agoPost 2
Daniel Santana

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you should only use the 9201 for your application.... read the manual...

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09-06-2003 02:20 PM  14 years agoPost 3
Raptor Rulezzz

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I would use the same Airtronics servo`s that Alan uses in his raptor... Do a search and you`ll find them.

They were very very fast (0.07s/60g) and powerful.

Cheers,

Rich

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09-06-2003 07:26 PM  14 years agoPost 4
I3DM

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First of all, i know Alan's 94758 servos, amazing, but im a Futaba person and would try to stick to it.
9201 ? i didnt really understand the joke...
any other opinions?

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09-06-2003 09:44 PM  14 years agoPost 5
irq

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robbefan, the 9350 is only faster than the 9252 at 6v. If you're going to be running at 4.8v, it is actually a little bit SLOWER than a 9252.

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09-07-2003 12:20 AM  14 years agoPost 6
footlock

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robbefan.
i would like to know this answer also ,i have bought 6 no 9350 for my 2 new furys. I hope i haven't bought the wrong servos ??
cheers
Footlock

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09-07-2003 12:29 AM  14 years agoPost 7
irq

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In my opinion, and that of others, the only time a 9350 is better than a 9252 is when you want speed but a bit more torque than a 9252 can provide. The only application of this is collective on bigger ships. For CCPM, 9252s are definitely better. They're faster and, working together, they have enough torque.

This isn't to say that a 9350 is a "bad" servo for CCPM, but it's certainly not the best.

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09-07-2003 08:20 AM  14 years agoPost 8
Andi G

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Hi,

the 9451 seems to have a bit more speed than both 9350 and 9252, with the same motor as the 9350.

Should be the best choice for eccpm and ail/ele on mechanical mix.

http://runryder.com/helicopter/t537...+9252+9451+4.8V

Andi

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09-07-2003 09:46 AM  14 years agoPost 9
irq

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If the specs you posted in that other thread are truly correct, this is very interesting indeed.

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09-07-2003 10:03 AM  14 years agoPost 10
Andi G

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Hi,

those are from robbe, they import that stuff to Germany and wide parts of Europe. So I guess it's correct!

But then on 4.8V instead of 6V it should last forever. OK, generally Futaba servos last forever anyway, it's the other brand that ... I'll better not start a flamewar here

I tried to list all servos that make sense in heli use, starting from S3001 to S9350 and tail servos, if you miss something I can look and see if I find the specs too.

Regards,

Andi

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09-07-2003 10:59 AM  14 years agoPost 11
I3DM

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Having read all the posts about the subject of collective servos, my impressions are as follows:

- standard mix machines: 9350 or maybe the 9451, or even better, the airtronics 94758.
- eCCPM: the proven 9252

so, i think my next eCCPM machine will still get 9252's....

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09-07-2003 05:26 PM  14 years agoPost 12
tal fowler

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9350

After reading different posts about the 9350 ,I decided to try one on the tail.I was not completely happy with the 9253 because of its low torqe in doing high speed piro's. The 9350 is still working very well. A few months ago I changed out motors from the ys80 to the 91 and also changed the 9252's out for the 9350s on my fury. They have a quicker response with higher torqe that makes them awesome!!!! you can really tell the difference, I know you'll like them. Make sure you purchase a couple of extensions leads because the wires are very short...

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09-07-2003 05:36 PM  14 years agoPost 13
ExtremelyFurious

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Tal sould know.

Tal has been flying this setup for a month or so now with great results. He is IMHO the best pilot in the area.

Scott

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09-07-2003 09:30 PM  14 years agoPost 14
footlock

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Thanks for info lads / Tal ..9350 's it is then !!!

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09-09-2003 10:42 PM  14 years agoPost 15
tal fowler

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good servos..

Footlock, one more thing about the servo..Use a 6 volt pack for its optimal power. I heard a 4.8 volt will work, but if you're like me, I'm allways trying to get the most out of each product. No matter how fast you move the tx stick, The servo moves just as fast with a lot of power to back it up. Thats percision... A regulator is not a bad idea either, to keep every flight exactly the same feel no matter what servo you use. I'll bet these servos will start showing up in heli adds in the future with longer wire leads... Let me know how you like them..T

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09-09-2003 10:57 PM  14 years agoPost 16
I3DM

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so if i use 4.8V, will 9252's still be my better choice for eCCPM ?
thanks.

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