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Old 05-24-2003, 12:28 PM
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Need specs on FMA coreless 3501 and S355 servos. Torque and speed. Can these be used on 6 volts?
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Many thanks.
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Default FMA servo help

I have a bunch of FMA 3501 and 3601 servos. None of them seem to like 5-cell packs - they work well, but jitter a *lot*.

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