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01-13-2003 09:30 PM  15 years agoPost 1
gollet510

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Does somebody already use this servo?
Is it the best of jr line like I have already heard it?

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01-13-2003 09:55 PM  15 years agoPost 2
Carps

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I use the 8300 in my Sceadu and have no problems. Powerful, reasonably fast, and never seen a negative post about them. They are classed as SuperServos as opposed to digitals, but what the *real* difference is I don't know. (anyone ?)

BTW, I also use 8425 and 8455 and likewise - never had a problem.

If I were buying servos for a new machine I wouldn't hesitate in buying the 8300 again.

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01-14-2003 05:25 PM  15 years agoPost 3
synodontis

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8300 hum like 8700G super servo but without the fast speed.

It also has better holding power than all the others. I won't use anything else from now on.

As related to me by others, if the Servo needs more energy to resist it will take it, so the torque rating of 6.5 km/cm is acutally missleading.

8300 also drains the battery a lot quicker I find. I use all 8300s on my Freya EX WC even the throttle and collective.

SKS

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