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Old 11-28-2005, 12:03 AM   #11
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by the stores.
Will I still shop Hitec certainly .
Why - Also they have a forum that is covered 5 days a week by technitions there service is great.
So have you asked them about the reported problems with Karbonite Gears>

I had 4 of these servos in a H9 CAP that did a swan dive into the ground, (Not because of the servos ). When I checked them out after the INCIDENT, they were fine. Don't know much more of a test then that.

Remember if flutter occurs even metal gear servos will fail, given enough time.

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Old 11-28-2005, 04:13 PM   #12
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I am just finishing up a sig rascal 110 inch wing span. I have installed a evolution g26 (Gas)motor in it . I have some hi tec 635 hb servos with karbonite gears that tourqe out at 69 oz. at 4.8 volts.
Do you think these will be sufficant for a sport flyer of this size.
If not what would your suggestion be .
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That will be fine for that.

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