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  1. #1

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    Nov 2010
    Clearwater, FL
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    Revo 3.3 Steering Servo and Springs

    Hi everyone,

    I have the older style revo 3.3. I just got a new engine, went through the break in but now I want to upgrade a few other things on it.

    The first is: what do you guys think about a single steering servo. I've heard it saves battery and quickens up the steering. What servo do you guys recommend (stock servos are 2x 80 oz inches)... and on a budget. Maybe 20-30 dollar rang.

    And my springs have lost some of their plasticity... I think I need some new ones. I like to run on and off road. What do you recommend?



  2. #2

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    Aug 2007

    RE: Revo 3.3 Steering Servo and Springs

    If you want to run one servo I would recommend a Hitec 645 it has 133.31 oz at 6v but I prefer two just to help keep thing balanced... Its also good to get a heavy duty servo saver spring and you will need Hitec servo horns... For your springs get tan for the front and black for the rear, I use 60wt shock oil in the front and 70wt in the rear for my E-Revo and it works for me.

    Hitec Servo

    Heavy Duty Servo Saver Spring

    Servo Horns


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