Too much overkill? Is it even possible?

Northernnightmare

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I didnt know about these servos Thanks for posting!

High torque servos go for $125 to $150 at my LHS, so I will defently try a few of these next time.

Do they fit in the savage servo tray that is the question, they should if there a 1/10 right?
 
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SavageDarwin

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I have been using these >>>>> https://www.ebay.com/itm/4X-T-Pro-MG995-MG996R-Digital-Servo-Metal-Gear-Torque-For-Futaba-JR-RC-Truck-Car/222242039469?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

For years and have yet to have them let me down, plenty of torque and price can't be beat, there is NO WAY I am paying over 100 bux for a servo......
So what's the spine count on these? And how power efficient do you think they are?
 

Jam Racing 1

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they are 25 spline I believe, I have them on my Savage, MMT and several other trucks, even was using one on my TrailFinder2 for a bit until I won an ECO 150S servo for it... been using them a long time and have to say I am satisfied with them....
 

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No but there are versions of them that are for a decent price, I think like 24 bux each last time I checked....
 
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