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09-12-2007 11:17 PM  11 years ago •• Post 1 ••
buster1

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I have an older 601 gyro with 9251 servo - what is the advantages of the 9256 over this older 9251 servo. Are there any negatives to still using this older servo??
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Jeff

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09-12-2007 11:49 PM  11 years agoPost 2
sharam

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No negatives at all - I still use it in two of my helis.

I think the 9256 is .01 seconds faster than the 9251. Torque may be a tad less than the 9251 - going from memory here.

You can check out the specs on TowerHobbies.com

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09-12-2007 11:56 PM  11 years agoPost 3
buster1

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Thanks, much appreciated.
Jeff - NY

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