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Old 12-06-2016
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Default Servo for 2wheel drive buggy

What's are the best servos for a two wheel drive buggy I have tried a couple of cheaper ones and they have broken in crashes
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What's your budget? I swear by the absima combat series 1614 as a middle priced servo. Tolerates my driving (and crashing on both 2wd and 4wd ), very good speed too.
There is others, it all depends on budget...
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Savox 1257tg or 1258tg
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Is the core rc 1012tg any good
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DS1015 if you want a fullsize servo. Had it on my Savage, Mugen MBX6 for a couple of years and still going strong.
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Is the core rc 1012tg any good
Spec suggests it should be OK(not had experience of it), but for that money I'd get what i suggested above...
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Is the core rc 1012tg any good
I think its excellent! The specs & price make you think it will not be up to the task, but actually I could see no different in performance on track* than my .08 sec 60 degree servo. The gears are titanium also so can take the punishment

Best of all, I believe if you wreck the gears a new set is only £10

* - I race on a tight twisty indoor circuit.
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