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Old 08-28-2016, 12:23 PM   #11
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Re: Servo Recommendation

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I'm late to this thread: but a TS-910 is also a good choice. It's inexpensive, has a metal body, takes high-voltage, and has the torque to turn those big tires. I run the faster-but-less-powerful TS-920 in my 1/10th stuff.
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Old 08-31-2016, 02:25 PM   #12
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Savox or Hitec. I have a Hitec in my Kraton and will be putting a Savox in my Typhon
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Old 08-31-2016, 02:45 PM   #13
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Re: Servo Recommendation

Thanks for all of the replies. I have installed the Savox 1230 and everything is now running well.

Initially when I installed it the throttle would not work. After calibrating the throttle I eventually got it to work, but as soon as I switched off the transmitter, the truck went into full throttle and shot across my workbench. Luckily, it hit the wall and flipped over. I quickly pulled the plug. No real damage. After opening the receiver unit, I could see that there was some grease on some of the posts of the chips. Having bought the truck second hand, I wasn't sure if the grease was dielectric or just axle grease. I used some contact cleaner to clean everything up and also noticed a little button on the board. I couldn't find the purpose of the button on the Internet, so why not just press it? It couldn't make things any worse. Anyway, it must have been a reset button as everything now is functioning properly.

I'm wondering if I should install a BEC? Any ideas?

Thanks for everybody's help.

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