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Old 08-21-2013, 10:53 PM
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Let me start by saying, I bought the ttx650 for my son and so far have been very pleased with it ( he loves it). So here's my question. I am setting up a 100" extra 330 with an 85 cc engine 2 servos per aileron 1 per elevator and either 1 or 2 for rudder. I was thinking of using the tsx55. Is this enough servo and is it dependable? By the way he is 15 and likes to bend the sticks. I also plan on using the new receiver when it comes out. Thanks
Old 08-28-2013, 06:38 AM
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It's a new servo, but it should be fine. The R&D people really wring these out when they're testing.
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Bax, will Futaba servo arms fit a Tactic servo?
Old 09-24-2013, 12:03 PM
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Standard-size Futaba servo arms will fit all but the TSX-5 servo.
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I am always trying to save money, but have been burned on some less expensive servos. Are Tactics servos reliable and durable. They will be going in 30cc aircraft. Thanks
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Our tests show them as both reliable and durable. They have been extensively tested for their intended purposes. However, if you use a small servo for a big servo's job, you'll still get short life and likely damage...just like any other brand.
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Why so cheap? Whats the catch?
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No catch. The low price is because we are able to have them manufactured at a good price so that we can pass the savings on to the modeler.
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Well mama always says if it to good to be true it probably is but I just got a new UcanDo Sf and im gonna give them a try. Heres hopin!
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I am going to try the TSX20 in my new SIG 4 Star 20. The size seems perfect.
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