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Old 06-26-2004, 08:44 PM
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It's been quite a while since I've bought any new servos. I've been looking at different Futabas, JRs, and Hitecs. I need something around 90 oz torque and also 130 - 150 oz torque. My level of flying is intermediate IMAC with maybe a torque roll here or there, but no 3D. I'm not set on digitals but will probably stick with coreless. What have you found to be dependable? Thanks for any info.

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Hitec 59xx series. Coreless digitals.
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You can't beat Futaba 9202's (coreless) on 6 volts - around 90 oz. and absolutely bullet proof.
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