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Old 01-08-2007, 02:49 PM
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Old 01-09-2007, 01:26 AM
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Default RE: Standard Servos Ball bearings vs No Bearings

G'day Mate,
These days, I only use ball raced servos, they centre better than non ball raced servos, less drag, more consistant, they cost very little extra, & you are not chasing that perfect trim every flight.
My girlfriend uses em on her trainer, & once trimmed, I has never needed retrimming, not counting elevator of course, which has to be retrimmed a click or two for wind, but ailerons & rudder centre perfectly every time, we are using JR 539's, I use the same model servos in my 27% Giles 202, on ailerons & elevators.
So go for ball raced servos, if you can, & save yourself hassles.
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