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JR 537 Std Servo and 6 volt battery question

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Old 04-14-2004, 09:08 PM
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Default JR 537 Std Servo and 6 volt battery question

Hi All - I have a question. I have my LT-40 with JR 537 standard servos and the original 4.6 volt battery that came with the flight pack. This makes the battery two summers old. I happen to have a brand new 1100 Mah 6.0 volt setting on the shelf.

Can I use the 6 volt battery on these servos or will I just tear the threads off the gears?

I have a JR radio I can program the expo down so it slows the servo down a little due to the higher voltage.

What do you all think, just but a new 4.6 or go ahead and use the 6?

Weight is not an issue. As a matter of fact I have a little bit of lead in the tail now I might be able to take off with the added weight of the 6 volt up front to off set it.

Thanks for any help
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Old 04-16-2004, 07:07 AM
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Default RE: JR 537 Std Servo and 6 volt battery question

If any of you are wondering where the answer(s) have been posted, I had not had any responses to this so I reposted it in the JR Forum for Danny.
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