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11-27-2006 03:52 AM  11 years agoPost 1
DORAEMON

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Hi all,

Just finished my Vibe 90 frame. Looking for hot servo setup for cyclics.

9451's
94758's
???

How's the failure rate on both?

If not these, then what else?

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11-27-2006 08:57 AM  11 years agoPost 2
DS 8717

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8317's.

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11-27-2006 12:43 PM  11 years agoPost 3
ez2bgman

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For the ultimate servos, the Airtronic 94758's are the way to go. Extremely fast and plenty of torque. An alternative are the new Ace digital servos. These are also very quick with tons of torque. They are rated to handle 6v. I had them in my Revolution and loved them. Will be getting more and swapping out my 9252's in my Raptor for some.

Gary
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11-27-2006 01:23 PM  11 years agoPost 4
bald eagle

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remember what good are fast servos with out the power to back them up

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01-08-2007 05:03 PM  11 years agoPost 5
Goose(is dead...)

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Outcast I know
I run the Hi-Tec HTHSR-5995TG (x3) on cyclic)

CORELESS DIGITAL SERVO WITH TITANIUM GEARS FOR
Robotic Servo
180 degree travel
Torque(4.8V) - 24kg
Speed(4.8V) - 0.15 sec
Dimensions - 40 x 20 x 37mm
Weight - 62 grams

This is a result of the IMAC community finding slop in the JR 8 Series after a while and the titanium gears in the HT are always tight. And look at the specs. Granted, you wouldn't buy any other Hi-Tec but this servo does the trick...

Good luck!

HTHSR-5995TG

CORELESS DIGITAL SERVO WITH TITANIUM GEARS FOR

Robotic Servo
180 degree travel
Torque(4.8V) - 24kg
Speed(4.8V) - 0.15 sec
Dimensions - 40 x 20 x 37mm
Weight - 62 grams

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01-08-2007 05:58 PM  11 years agoPost 6
bparro

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How about futaba 9155's ?

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01-08-2007 06:16 PM  11 years agoPost 7
Kinger

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9351's here. Be aware that if you choose to use Futaba servos on the Vibe you'll more than likely need to shim them out from the frame a bit when it comes to collective and aileron as the cases back up to one another otherwise.

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01-09-2007 03:07 PM  11 years agoPost 8
Obiwan

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JR 8715 no doubt

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01-09-2007 03:12 PM  11 years agoPost 9
Nick Jones

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jr 9000z those have more torque and speed than the atx.

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01-09-2007 03:33 PM  11 years agoPost 10
marked23

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Since you're in the US, you can't find the JR 8715 (yet?). So the JR DZ9000S is your best bet if you fly JR radios. (there is a DZ9000T also; don't get the two confused)

-Mark

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01-11-2007 11:31 PM  11 years agoPost 11
lasher

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DZ900S is a surface (car) servo. Has anyone actually used it in a heli. Can it handle the vibrations?

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01-11-2007 11:39 PM  11 years agoPost 12
marked23

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I saw Curtis Youngblood at a funfly last October. That is the servo he uses. It was crazy fast. He was using a regulated li-on system, but I forget the voltage he had it regulated to... though I remember it was less than 6v.

This servo has metal gears. He says he expect the gears to develop a bit of slop, but still remain acceptable for the life of the servo. I don't remember if he said anything about vibration.

I'm going to try using this servo with a 4.8v setup. Even at a lower voltage, I expect above-par performance.

-Mark

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01-12-2007 12:18 AM  11 years agoPost 13
snookfishnjoe

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9252 has been working great for 3 years now

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01-12-2007 12:42 AM  11 years agoPost 14
RCtaz

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My vote would be for the Futaba 9451's. They work great in my Fury and they are a little strong, faster and smoother than 9252's for about the same price!

~Texas Renegade Rotorz~

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01-12-2007 01:45 AM  11 years agoPost 15
Sign Guy

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I gotta say for the money, the Airtronics 94758 .07 speed and 92oz/in at 4.8v or .06 speed and 115oz/in at 6.0v for @ $90

Better to have tried and failed than to never have tried at all!!

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01-12-2007 01:51 AM  11 years agoPost 16
Taipan

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A few Vibe owners I know run 9451's with great sucess. I also use them on my helis.

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