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Need advice from the crawling old timers.

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Post by Zax13 on Mon 21 May 2012 - 16:48

What is the minimum servo torque for steering? Thanks....
(btw sorry for the title, meant no disrespect... Rolling Eyes )
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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by RTECH on Mon 21 May 2012 - 17:57

13kg at 7.4volts. Confirm turn swee swee and fast.
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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by Zax13 on Mon 21 May 2012 - 18:28

My bec only churn out 6v hor.... Only can get 9.6kg at 6v.
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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by RTECH on Mon 21 May 2012 - 19:07

Zax13 wrote:My bec only churn out 6v hor.... Only can get 9.6kg at 6v.

Use the Hitec high voltage servo, no bec needed. Just connect the servo power wires directly to your lipo bat and signal to receiver. Bec restrict the power to the servo.
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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by boolean21 on Mon 21 May 2012 - 19:18

Zax13 wrote:My bec only churn out 6v hor.... Only can get 9.6kg at 6v.

what rig are you using on? for trails, 9.6Kg is plenty already... a cheap hobbyking bms620mg waterproof servo is good enuf for lots of fun. Smile

don't really need to spend so much on a servo for trails.. Smile

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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by Zax13 on Mon 21 May 2012 - 19:41

I never understood electrical since school days... Only know water and current dont mix....
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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by RTECH on Mon 21 May 2012 - 19:59

Zax13 wrote:I never understood electrical since school days... Only know water and current dont mix....

Haha... that is the most important thing.
Get the Hitec waterproof servo. High torque ,waterproof , metal gears at $50+, no bec needed if you connect directly to your bat.. Just mount it on and no worries. No DIY needed, recomand for begineers.
You can get it at rotor hobby.
The New Hitec waterproof servos are designed specially for crawler usage.
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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by Zax13 on Mon 21 May 2012 - 21:16

Ok... Thanks for the useful tips... Will try to yank out my bec and c how.
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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by seatbelt on Wed 4 Jul 2012 - 21:49

Hi, may I know what is the Model of the Hitec Waterproof Servo?

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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by babyboy on Wed 4 Jul 2012 - 21:57

Hitec HS-646WP

Features:
-Industry First, True Water Proof Servo (*IP67 Industrial Standard Approved)
-Patent Acquired Water Proof Design
-High Torque Version
-7.4V 2cell LiPo (6cell NiMH) Compatible
-Durable Metal Gears with ball bearing

(*IP = International Protection Code;
6 = Dust Tight;
7 = Immersion up to 1M: Test duration of 30 minutes)

Specifications:
Motor Type: 3 Pole
Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearing
Speed at 6.0/7.4V (sec/60°) : 0.20 / 0.17
Torque at 6.0V/7.4V (oz.in) : 133 / 161
Torque at 6.0V/7.4V (kg./cm) : 9.6 / 11.6
Size in Inches: 1.65 x 0.83 x 1.57 in
Size in Millimeters: 41.8 x 21.0 x 40.0 mm
Weight oz.: 2.12 oz
Weight g.: 60.0 g


Applications
-For 1/10-1/8 Cars
-1/5-1/4 Quater Scale Cars
-Electic Powered (EP) & Gas Powered (GP) Boats
-Other applications for water proof usage

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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by nicholschean on Thu 5 Jul 2012 - 0:14

I also want to buy the hitec servo soon! The 13kg is $60 dollars plus waterproof..
Is it really worth the price? Thanks!

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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by oceanic on Thu 5 Jul 2012 - 7:53

nicholschean wrote:I also want to buy the hitec servo soon! The 13kg is $60 dollars plus waterproof..
Is it really worth the price? Thanks!

I find the price is ok. I even had it submerge in stream and its still working fine.
I also diy waterproof servo on wraith, also working fine. So its up to u whether u want to spend $60 on hitec wp or cheapo version diy.

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Re: Need advice from the crawling old timers.

Post by nicholschean on Thu 5 Jul 2012 - 8:40

oceanic wrote:
nicholschean wrote:I also want to buy the hitec servo soon! The 13kg is $60 dollars plus waterproof..
Is it really worth the price? Thanks!

I find the price is ok. I even had it submerge in stream and its still working fine.
I also diy waterproof servo on wraith, also working fine. So its up to u whether u want to spend $60 on hitec wp or cheapo version diy.

Thanks for the advice. Does anyone use tr blue bird servo? Hows the quality & waterproof

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