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r/c servos and receiver!

Old 05-22-2003, 05:10 AM
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Hi im a newbi to r/c cars but i have been flying r/c planes for nearly 7 years now and i just purchased my first r/c car but it came without servos and a receiver!
Would i be able to put a couple of my futaba airplane servos and a futaba 5ch receiver in it? and do i need a high tourque steering servo or could i just use an normal one

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Old 05-22-2003, 10:17 AM
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Default r/c servos and receiver!

What car / truck do you have? Some Monster Trucks...yes you would.
Make 300% sure you are NOT using an aircraft channel radio with that receiver. Last thing you wanna do is shoot down a plane.
Most smaller trucks a standard servo will be fine.
Old 05-22-2003, 11:48 AM
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I have a kyosho v-one-s and if a got new crystals for the radio and receiver what frequency should i look for?
Most of the Aeroplanes have around 40mhz
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I dont know the laws in .au about frequency control but yes the servos and suck should work fine.

I would check someone about what channels are for ground use in the area and see if it can be converted over

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