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    Thanks guys.

    I never run my truck in wet conditions (even wet grass etc) so its always bone dry - hence I'm not looking for the servo to be waterproof - if it is, its just a bonus.

    Thanks for the suggestion of the Promodeler - while it looks a solid servo, it seems its not more powerful then the 2085x that Im looking to replace, which is 450oz-in if I'm not mistaken?

    The stock 2085 servo is 365oz-in, so similar to the Promodeler.

    Im looking for more power with the servo and think the Savox will give me the most the truck could probably handle with 694oz-in at 7.4v ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IftiBashir View Post
    Thanks guys.

    I never run my truck in wet conditions (even wet grass etc) so its always bone dry - hence I'm not looking for the servo to be waterproof - if it is, its just a bonus.

    Thanks for the suggestion of the Promodeler - while it looks a solid servo, it seems its not more powerful then the 2085x that Im looking to replace, which is 450oz-in if I'm not mistaken?

    The stock 2085 servo is 365oz-in, so similar to the Promodeler.

    Im looking for more power with the servo and think the Savox will give me the most the truck could probably handle with 694oz-in at 7.4v ?
    That is correct. The promodeler 630 is closer to the savox. 630oz. The savox is 555oz at 6v, 694oz at 7.4v. I don't see you needing more than 694oz. I don't want to assume that you have your mind made up, but I feel like your gut is telling you savox. It is a good option for what you're trying to accomplish. Most powerful, not concerned about factory water proofing, it sounds right for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickruger View Post
    That is correct. The promodeler 630 is closer to the savox. 630oz. The savox is 555oz at 6v, 694oz at 7.4v. I don't see you needing more than 694oz. I don't want to assume that you have your mind made up, but I feel like your gut is telling you savox. It is a good option for what you're trying to accomplish. Most powerful, not concerned about factory water proofing, it sounds right for you.

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    lol thanks
    Ive always had good previous experiences with Savox servos, hence why I'm leaning in that direction....

    Just deciding on whether to go with the BEC for now or try it without the BEC to start with, knowing I have the option going forward if need be.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by IftiBashir View Post
    lol thanks
    Ive always had good previous experiences with Savox servos, hence why I'm leaning in that direction....

    Just deciding on whether to go with the BEC for now or try it without the BEC to start with, knowing I have the option going forward if need be.....
    With my fans and lights, I needed one. Before lights the onboard Max5 BEC pushed the 2085X around fine.


    Somehow builds are never done....

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