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JR G-550-T + Hitech 605-BB

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Old 04-06-2002, 06:04 PM
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I wonder if I can run a standard serve or a Hitech 605-BB with a JR G-550-T gyro. OR if it will require more speed or more torsque? I really don't know why I need a digital servo to use a gyro. what would happen if I don't? Thanks Mike
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Old 04-06-2002, 08:22 PM
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Default JR G-550-T + Hitech 605-BB

Mike, you may also try posting in the helicopter section as most of them hang out there. On mine I run the 8417 the faster transit time the better the performance you will get. If i'm not mistaken JR rec's a 4735std analog servo. Since I don't know about Hi tec, I'm not sure, but the "better the servo" the more happy you will be.
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Ya, the 550 with the 4735 or the 8417 seem to work fine. Have had prob with the 8700g with that gyro
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