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Old 03-31-2020, 06:53 PM
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Remote control maximum angle: 120
Dead zone: 2μs
Working frequency: 1520μs / 330hz
Working voltage: DC4.8V-6.6V
Motor: iron core
Speed 4.8v 0.12 sec/60
Speed 6.6v 0.10 sec/60
Torque 4.8v 10.7 kg.cm
Torque 6.6v 14.32 kg.cm
Size: 40.3X20.2X40.3mm
Weight: 60 g

Dead -band: 2μs
Working frequency: 1520μs / 330hz
Operating Speed (4.8V): 0.18 sec/60
Operating Speed ( 6V): 0.16 sec/60
Stall Torque (4.8V): 16.5 kg.cm ( 582.02oz/in )
Stall Torque (6V): 21.8 kg.cm ( 768.97oz/in )
Dimensions: 40.5X20.2X40mm /1.59 X0.80X49 in
Weight: 58g ( 2.05oz )
Steering angle: 0-120 degree
what is the relavent information
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Old 03-31-2020, 07:16 PM
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relevant information would depend greatly on what the use is going to be.

of the two, the 2nd one appears to have more available torque.
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For a scale rig I would say torue is the one to look for, go after the 6v ratings.
For modern chassis like SCX and TRX-4 etc I would not recomend less than 15kg, same with a heavy ish chassis.

For a CC01 a 6.5kg + servo would work fine.

And like Heartless said it depends on the chassis and useage.
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Old 04-01-2020, 05:47 PM
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so is a 35 too much i ordered two for my old truggy
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Old 04-01-2020, 08:31 PM
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35 a piece? or 35 for two?

either way, not a terrible price
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Old 04-03-2020, 11:35 PM
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18 each for 35kg coreless for the truck on the right
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Big tires may be needing a 35kg servo.
But most of the servos rated at that is nowhere that stong.

But other than that you may need a external BEC as your now powerful servo rob the power needed for your esc and receiver.

I'm running a 25kg servo in my Hot Rod without a bec.
Working fine, but I really need to install a BEC.

When your servo dies, it's already to late to fix it.
A BEC make sure the servo is getting the power need so it won't run hot.
Hot circuit board in servos is a killer for them.
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