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Old 08-20-2003, 03:17 AM
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Anyone got any feedback on these?? I just got 5 of them on ebay for a 120 stinger I have for really cheap new in the package. They say they have 100 oz. of torque..........we will see.
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Old 08-20-2003, 02:46 PM
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What is the model number of them? There's one model which puts out 100 oz. but the speed is about .31 seconds. Way too slow to do much with except steering a boat.

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Actually, I have a few of the S03T servos (100oz-in, .31ms@60@4.8V), and they work fine for sport planes. Especially when you run them at 6.0V. They don't seem to mind the increased voltage (no jitters off of a fresh charge), the speed becomes about the same as standard servos at 4.8V, and they are even stronger.

It all depends on your flying style. They are definately to slow for 3D flying...
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Just don't expect a crisp entrance or exit from a snap or spin if you run 4.8V as most sport fliers do. This was the area where I learned to appreciate a servo with speed of .20 seconds or less.

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I ordered 4 so3t's for the ail's and elev. I modified my stinger 120 for the dual servo elevator, and I ordered the one with metal gears for my rudder. I put a g-38 on my stinger and hope these servo's fly it well. I thought about running a 6 volt pack, but have also considered two 4.8's and two switch harnesses. what do you all think??
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