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 Post subject: Savöx Servos
PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2012 00:15:52 
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Hello,

I have buy two Savöx Servo. One of 1257 and one 1251. Now i wanted to install the 1257 on Steering but that does not fit.
The Servo Horn touches on the front middle shaft.
In the manual is it must have 1 mm space.
If I remove the rubber buffers of the servos, the servo have 1 mm Space. But the rubber buffers are indeed for the vibration.
So I can not just leave.
If I want to install 1251 Savöx i have too mutch space. And inferior I can not because it is a low profile. The cable is usually in the plastic.

How can I install 1257?

Thanks for Help !!!


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 Post subject: Re: Savöx Servos
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 23:43:17 
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Hello mounted the Savox 1257 without the rubber.


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 Post subject: Re: Savöx Servos
PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2013 22:23:26 
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Hello Guys !

Its the Savöx 1251 Servo Good for Steering in the NT1 ?
Its the Futaba BLS551 sooo mutch better than the Savöx or its the same ?

What for Servos its.good for Steering, Low Profile or Standart ?

Thx for Help !


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 Post subject: Re: Savöx Servos
PostPosted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 17:40:15 
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I would advice some more well known brands such as Futaba, KO or Sanwa. I have heard that many people had problems with their Savöx servos.


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 Post subject: Re: Savöx Servos
PostPosted: Tue Apr 16, 2013 22:37:07 
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Italdesign wrote:
Hello Guys !

Its the Savöx 1251 Servo Good for Steering in the NT1 ?
Its the Futaba BLS551 sooo mutch better than the Savöx or its the same ?

What for Servos its.good for Steering, Low Profile or Standart ?

Thx for Help !


I use 1251 on the steering with good success so far. To fit it I use a regular nut instead of the supplied plastic, i suppose you would have this "problem" with most of the low profile servos out there.


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 Post subject: Re: Savöx Servos
PostPosted: Mon May 06, 2013 09:01:32 
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Hagberg wrote:
I would advice some more well known brands such as Futaba, KO or Sanwa. I have heard that many people had problems with their Savöx servos.

Alex, is this for nitro applications or in general?
I read similar things before but never heard of or experienced it. Here in shanghai most people use Savöx at least in their electric cars and no one complains. Have two cars with 1251 myself and my pit room mate 3 cars and they have ran well so far.
If there might be life time problems etc I will for sure get a spare one of another brand when I'm in hong kong next time..


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