Old 04-03-2004, 09:32 AM
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Default RE: Is a 72 oz. torque CORELESS Servo stronger then a 99 oz torque standard servo?

You should be OK with the non-coreless. It is stronger, as fast and cheaper. The biggest advantage of coreless IMHO is that it has more precision, which is not really needed in a big bingo. I would say precision is needed for 3D planes on elevators where the low rate setting is in the neighborhood of 20% to 30% of the high rate setting. With 20% of total available travel and resolution, one must find a way to fly an aircraft with a minimum of precision so there is a need for the best resolution available.

That said, the big bingo is not a 3D plane or a jet, you should be fine with cored servos.