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sf-50?? servo question.

Old 07-02-2011, 01:44 PM
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hey guys, i purchased my flux hp last october and it came new in the box with the hpi sf-50 servo. according to hpi's website the truck should have came with the sf-5 for steering and the sf-50 being an optional upgraded unit?? the torque specs they list is 12 kg/cm and .18 transit speed. i just grabbed another hitech 645 mg servo, for one of my savage x's and it lists the servos power as 9.6 kg/cm and a transit speed of .20 sec.?? my main question is ...did they accidentally put the sf-50 in my truck at the factory and how real are hpi's torque specs? the 645's in my other trucks seem to have more torque than the sf-50?
Old 07-04-2011, 11:21 AM
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Default RE: sf-50?? servo question.

might be a factory upgrade because of people complaining about crap steering servos [&:] either way its a decent servo for free. no downside
Old 07-04-2011, 12:17 PM
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Default RE: sf-50?? servo question.

My SF 5 was immediately removed and cannibalised for its connector lol (custom lipo balance adaptors ).
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Default RE: sf-50?? servo question.

My First flux had a SF-20 or SF-5 I believe. The "updated" Fluxs now have SF-50 steering servos with 166 oz of torque.

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