Servo Torque

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LawlessMan

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Or an outboard tunnel boat. They need about 4-5 times as much torque to steer them.
 

RobertDoak

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I been using Savox 1230sg no issues and tons of torque.
 

rhomodel

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400 is plenty, I use around 150. How come you want to use 400? That is some serious servo...
 

ACTION JACKSON

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Didn't know how strong they should be with all the weight of the boat. Good part is their won't be a weak link for my rudder.
 

RichJones

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Steve I‘m running the Savox 1210 in my Backlash At 6.6 volts. 277 oz in. at that voltage. No issues whatsoever turning the boat on a dime. I would feel comfortable with 100 oz in less to be honest but glad I’ve got the extra torque. 400 will more than get the job done.
 

RaceMechaniX

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conservative guidelines:
.12 hydro: 60oz
.21 hydro: 135oz
.45 hydro: 160-180oz
.67-.80 hydro: 220+oz
.91-101 hydro: 250+oz
gas hydro: 250-300oz
Twins: 400+oz
 

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