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HS 5995 TG in a savage 25?

Old 05-17-2005, 09:27 PM
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Gus Talley
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Default HS 5995 TG in a savage 25?

Thanx Tony. I wouldn't dream of using a servo without some sort of saver, especially anything $50 and up! Now about the throw, my transmitter has a variable intensity adjustment for the steering(aside from the trim control), I'm not sure if I turn it all the way down if it would make it go from 180˚ to only 90˚. Anybody got a clue? With the 5998 tg I have now I can back it down from 60˚ to about 30˚. Also, my transmitter and receiver operate on amplitude modulation @ 27MHz I believe it is. the receiver uses 6 volts. I'm currently using an orange crystal (channel3), is this compatible? In addition I was also curious if I could continue using alkaline batteries, or would i have to switch to something else. I read something in another post about lithium ion. I've had an HS 5625 mg and an HS 645 mg and have broken both. stripped teeth, I'm hoping this 5998 tg holds up! is there any kind of warranty on these things?
Old 05-18-2005, 10:32 AM
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Default RE: HS 5995 TG in a savage 25?

Turn the throw down to around 40% and see if it is still too much. If it is adjust it lower. You will need to use some other type of battery pack. The alkaline batteries just don't have enough punch for these servos. Try either the Li pack or NiMH.
Old 05-19-2005, 09:24 AM
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Default RE: HS 5995 TG in a savage 25?

What part of the servos gears failed on the 645 and 5645 metal geared servos?

Li-Ion will work but requires a regulator and special Lithium charger. I'd recommend a 6.0V 1100mAh NiCad.

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