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  1. #41
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    I have 4 LaTrax vehicles (maybe 5 if Hobbytown still has a sale). When a servo goes out on mine I replace them with Savox SH-0257MG Super Speed Metal Gear Micro Digital Servo.

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    Ecopower 640t direct replacement supposedly. What I did for now is made a bracket and mounted my 2075x for my shifting after I burned 2 2065's

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    I personally got the emax eso8aii servo with metal gears off ebay for $4. It is super fast, has bad torque and is relatively waterproof. You do need to modify the servo mount a tiny bit, but just shaving off a little excess plastic. I highly suggest staying away from the savox servo, unless you want to pay way too much for a bigger hassle. about the emax servo though I use my brushless sst for racing and that servo works great. If you are going to use your teton for crawling I do not suggest that servo, because it has extremely bad torque.

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    Can you clairfy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luke s View Post
    I personally got the emax eso8aii servo with metal gears off ebay for $4. It is super fast, has bad torque and is relatively waterproof. You do need to modify the servo mount a tiny bit, but just shaving off a little excess plastic. I highly suggest staying away from the savox servo, unless you want to pay way too much for a bigger hassle. about the emax servo though I use my brushless sst for racing and that servo works great. If you are going to use your teton for crawling I do not suggest that servo, because it has extremely bad torque.
    What do you mean by "bad torque"? I have a Summitt truck and the 2065 servo locks/unlocks the differentials. Would the eso8aii servo be good enough for that? I'm so sick of the 2065 PLASTIC garbage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenSpider25 View Post
    I also recommend the savox servo. They can be very inexpensive and are metal geared which makes them very durable. I got mine for a little over $25. It does take some slight modification to fit, but it worked. Very quick too.
    Ok. I got a servo for $4 that is faster, and has metal gears FOR $4... The savox servo is a great upgrade, but just not as good bang for your buck as the emax eso8aii servo IMO.

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    Is anyone running the Savox SH-0263MG in their Teton?

    Savox's website says its spline count is 25 (same as the 2065) so I was hoping it might be a straight swap.
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    For the benefit of anyone following this thread, I can confirm that I ended up buying a Savox SH-0263MG for my Teton.

    It fits the stock servo chassis mount perfectly but has a different sized output shaft so I had to use one of the plastic horns that it came with and drill a larger hole in it to fit the stock link arm screw.

    I works great though with a much zippier (0.10s) transit speed. Only negative at all is a little bit of servo chatter in the neutral position that is so typical of Savox servos.
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    Has anyone tried the Traxxas 2065X?

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    I just burn a 2065 on my Summit.
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  10. #50
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    OK of course my Teton's 2065 servo stripped and I put in new plastic gear set. Lasted for a couple of runs. I looked at other servos but I would really rather keep the waterproof Traxxas in it. Just like the look. I noticed they have a metal gear version for $50 which seems crazy for a 1/18 scale but I did find the replacement gears for the metal version for $20. Went to local Traxxas dealer and they said it does not say they will work in the 2065 servo. We called Traxxas and they said no. I bought them anyway. They look almost identical. Install was a snap. Just remove the small post on the bottom of the main gear with pliers and install the gears as usual. Works awesome. No more broken gears. Was a little tight getting the push on gear on the post so I reamed it a bit with a tiny screwdriver until it went on about like the old plastic gear. Now I have original look waterproof servo. Metal Gear set is 2064X. Currently out of stock at Traxxas but dealers have them. Give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattHamby View Post
    Has anyone tried the Traxxas 2065X?

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    I just got one of these after my stock one crapped out. So far so good. I love how its a direct replacement and waterproof.

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