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Old 10-20-2014, 08:21 AM   #15911
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Hell I know guy's that still use plastic Ny-Rods on 200cc prime movers.

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I'm waiting for the reasoning on this one!

I like plastic. As long as the given throttle arm is rated at 300 oz/in.

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When you get that, I am waiting on a reasoning for a 300 oz/in rating on a throttle arm!
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Old 10-20-2014, 08:24 AM   #15913
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When you get that, I am waiting on a reasoning for a 300 oz/in rating on a throttle arm!
That's what comes in my Hi-tec, or Savox servo's.

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What is the issues with using plastic on a throttle servo?
Nothing IMO........

crap...... Jeff's using some whicked bait!!
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Nothing IMO........

crap...... Jeff's using some whicked bait!!
You caught me in the gills with this one. I thought I was missing something. Lol.
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Old 10-20-2014, 08:35 AM   #15916
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LOL!! Good one Jeff!!!

I heard the term McMurray Slurry when I was up there Too funny. No need to pick the colour of vehicle since they're all brown anyways.
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Old 10-20-2014, 08:37 AM   #15917
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Hell I know guy's that still use plastic Ny-Rods on 200cc prime movers.

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But anything over 200cc is a no-no Dale, LOL!!! It'll fail if it's 201cc
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That's what comes in my Hi-tec, or Savox servo's.
Ha-ha.
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

I hope you guys figure the optimum way to set a throttle servo up.i Flip the spring off, plastic ball links each end, reasonably short length of control rod and high torque servo. Just had a servo crap out. Taxied out and when I got ready to take off the servo was dead. If it's vibration killing them perhaps the nyrod is a good alternative.
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Old 10-20-2014, 08:45 AM   #15920
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Thanks for the oat meal answer!
Ha-Ha
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Not sure what you mean by an oat meal answer.
I just finished my pourage (really).

But if my 7955 333oz/in servo comes with plastic arms. I honestly believe they are rated at that.
Same reasoning, the Savox 1230 throttle servo (500 oz/in) in my Comp ARF came with a new style arm. Verses the Savox 1230's I bought last year. But still plastic.
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