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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e

    Steer.... No pun intended?
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    Yes please support your local hobby shop and follow hisrecommendationson which servo is best he has had to work with these servos day in and day out so he will prettymuchsteer you in the right direction.
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e


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    Steer.... No pun intended?
    ORIGINAL: rchobbyunlimited

    Yes please support your local hobby shop and follow hisrecommendationson which servo is best he has had to work with these servos day in and day out so he will prettymuchsteer you in the right direction.
    LOL that was too funny
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e

    Another dealer I buy from carries this one from Integy it is half as much as the Hobbico but its a brand name.
    http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p_prodid=7224&p_catid=150
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e

    I think Kurt at URCHobby has some nice servos in stock...
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e

    I have used this servo from integy as well it did not provide good off power to me as long as you were on the gas it worked perfect and great but if you was costing into the curves it would not have as much power and make you go wide in the curve until you could get on the gas and then adjust to where you would have full power. I quickly took that servo out.
    ORIGINAL: formula87

    Anotherdealer I buy fromcarries this one from Integy it is half as much as the Hobbico but its abrand name.
    http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p_prodid=7224&p_catid=150
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e


    ORIGINAL: billymare

    I think Kurt at URCHobby has some nice servos in stock...
    he carries that one but some have said they used an integy and did not have good things to say....
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e

    this is so very true there are many blogs on the internet not saying good things about integy I dont want to bash them thats why I just say that I have not had a goodexperiencewith them as I have gave them a try


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    ORIGINAL: billymare

    I think Kurt at URCHobby has some nice servos in stock...
    he carries that one but some have said they used an integy and did not have good things to say....
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e

    Got a Hobbico very similar to stock but faster and 1 yr warranty from my LHS.
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e

    Good deal hope you enjoy.
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    RE: steering servo for my Backdraft 8e/Earthquake 8e

    I just purchased a backdraft 8e and it as a 9KG server..  It is ok for bashing but if you are putting the hammer down on a track it doesnt feel responsive nor does it hold its line well.   I don't know about the KG to Ounce conversion these servo manufacturers use but I found a 20KG servo that is suppose to be recommended for buggies.  Based on what I have experienced with the 9KG in my BD I definately want more than a 10 or 11KG servo.  Here is the link  http://shrsl.com/?~1rhu

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