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Old Rapids Dam- Scaler's Comp Jan 19th

#22
the servo on your summit is actually quite weaker and has plastic gears, it survives because it has a steering saver.

Dammit, I just realized I bought a new servo horn yesterday for this weekend and bought the wrong dang spline count. I bought a 25t and needed a 24t. Want to buy a really nice aluminum clamping unit for $11?

http://www.rpphobby.com/product_p/rbor17003.htm like this but gray.
Ok Brooks I guess ill take that off your hands Sunday. And dang Tripp, I didn't know there were titanium geared servos. what's the strictness of electronics showing in class 3?
 
#24
The bec provides a solid source of regulated 6 volts at 10 amps. Thats important when you run a large servo.
Typically speed controls have them built in but are only rated for an amp or so. Keeps the juice flowing to the servo under heavy load.

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#25
The bec provides a solid source of regulated 6 volts at 10 amps. Thats important when you run a large servo.
Typically speed controls have them built in but are only rated for an amp or so. Keeps the juice flowing to the servo under heavy load.

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Oh gotcha that would make sense. Are you planning on coming to the comp Sunday?
 
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