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    A lot of people use either the hitec hs85-mg or the hs82-mg. I myself use the hs85-mg and with a hitec alu servo horn it works perfectly.

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    has anyone tried the Savox SH-1290MG? It looks like it is on the outside of the max length and width (40.3x20x37.2mm) With some mods I think this could fit and work as a fast single servo. Then again for the size could there be something stronger in the .06-.09 range?

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    Wow this is an old post!

    Yea I like Savox servos. If it fits it would certainly be a good upgrade... Who tries it?


    By the way I have been running mainly a Traxxas dual servo setup on both of my MERVs for over two years now (see previous page for details). This is a proven simple waterproof solution to provide more turning torque. A must from my point of view as I often run oversize tires and I love running in the snow too!
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    Do you have any servo centering problems or have them fighting one another for center? looking at your previous post pic it doesnt look adjustable or am i missing something?

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    Good point, the link need adjustment to prevent them from fighting each other. I am using the RPM links, they provide half-turn adjustment.




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    Awesome, thanks for the further details. looks great and will check into those..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papino View Post
    ... I am using the RPM links, they provide half-turn adjustment.
    Correction, they are GPM

    http://gpmracing.com.hk/catalog/prod...oducts_id=6188

    or

    http://gpmracing.com.hk/catalog/prod...oducts_id=5093

    ... do not buy the alu version
    Steal is proven.
    Titanium must be good also.
    Last edited by Papino; 02-19-2012 at 10:28 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigT4471 View Post
    I recently installed a dual stock servo setup in my mini. I set the second servo up on the aux channel so I could center them individually. I thought at first everything was fine but noticed some glitching today. When I got home from bashing I swapped the receiver out but that was not the issue. I made this video showing the problem but then figured out that pushing the 2 servos seems to overload my esc. Here is the video. After I made this video I unplugged one servo and the problem was gone. I thought maybe bad servo but it doesn't matter which one I unplug. What do you think??

    I noticed by looking at your receiver that you are running a Spektrum receiver. The receiver is your problem. You need to add a capacitor to your receiver to compensate for the voltage loss you are encountering. This will fix the problem you are having with that. I have problems with Spektrum every time I use a high current servo. So 2 servos will surely over work your receiver.

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