It has the torque but doesn't have the speed. I instaled it on an SC10B. It is a good servo for the price and if you are not planning to use it for racing.
bought this with the plans of installing in my 8.2e when its aging savox finally went. as is the case with r/c the servo in my 10-scte went first. so I put the 100t in that truck. simply put, this servo is amazing! it has the power and speed to put my truck wherever I want even under loads of landing big jumps into corners on outdoor tracks. indoors it just laughs at whatever I can throw at it. putting one in my proline pro2sc next. may be a little overkill on a lighter car like that but better to have more and not need it than not enough. haven't experienced any glitching but I use it with an rx8g2 those seem to rarely glitch. I would highly recommend this product!
great servo! nice quality finish, reasonably fast. a great upgrade over any stock servo in a crawler
I used this in a Slash 2wd 4 25 lap heats and it froze upped. A real disappointment for beginner.
This is a great servo! Plenty of torque and speed for a 1/8 buggy to run on virtually any environment. One of the best deals that you will find on the market. Mine has five plus gallons on it, and have not had a single issue.
Purchase this for a Gmade R1 Crawler and this servo has plenty of TQ to turn the big 2.2 wheels on any surface. This is a great servo for the price. The only down side it does not come with a servo horn but all in all I am very happy with the purchase and I would recommend it.
love this thing, turns alot faster then 17 id say,, great little servo
This has been a great servo for my Associated B4.2. It has plenty of torque and good speed, and is definitely a good upgrade from any stock servo, especially for the price. Planning to run this in my SC10 and RC8 for steering. I run the 100SS for throttle in my RC8 and that has been great, too.
I bought this with recommendation from a friend who runs these servos in all his vehicles (either high torque or high speed versions). Replaced the Traxxas 2075 servo with this on my Slash Platinum 4x4 with newer LCG chassis conversion. This servo has been trouble free and the anodized finish makes it look pricey. No glitches or weird noises - just clean operation. I use a Losi servo horn (futaba toothed) to tie things together. Other than my Futaba R2004GF receiver, the truck is stock. Oh, and a roll cage from VG Racing which brings the running weight to 6.5 lbs.
Great servo for the guy on a budget and getting into racing and bashing. They get the job done. Not the fastest or most powerful but they aren't noisy and are reliable.
Running on my scx10.2 with small 1.9 and tall 1.55 tires. It get the job done. No issue yet. I would buy it again for tiny tired trucks.
very good servo , use on my losi 2.0 nitro , was going to use is for throttle / brake , but with my current budget had to use it for steering servo temporarily , I will keep it for steering because it really seams to work well , i think with nitro where you have some lag time with an engine it really works , cant say weather or not it would work well with brushless truggy / buggy . I use all HV 350 + oz/in - less than .10 @ 60 degrees for brushless . I will try it next time i blow a servo on brushless and let you know , CHEERS!
I really like the Servo, i use them in the TLR 22 5.0 Buddy, 1/10th scale, they are quick to respond and when racing on a clay track, no problems, nothing really to say that stands out, this is my 3 kit to put together and i have stuck what i am using for each and it works... Perhaps it will change later down the line when i become more involved and more familiar but it works well.
Good quality and function, only downfall is that it will not fit the slash 2wd lcg chassis without modificatoin (grinding)
I installed this on my scx10.3 crawler and it’s ok. Not as much torque as I was hoping for. The overall speed and power is good, similar to the stock Spektrum S614 servo but maybe a but of an upgrade. My rig is very close to 8lbs with wider stance than stock and it can’t turn the wheels when it’s moderately wedged. I think this is a quality unit but be prepared it won’t do slightly more aggressive crawling without some hesitation. I think for comp level crawling or for more aggressive trucks I wouldn’t use this. Maybe for a lighter rig it would work.
Guess it's a decent RTR replacement, but it's VERY slow to center. Like will start to center normally, then just stop then start to move slow.. Am I doing something wrong? Spend the extra few bucks and get a 130T or 130SS.
If you happen to burn out the stock servo in your Arrma Granite Voltage and are looking for a replacement then look no further! I bought one of these for just that reason and this little servo is better than what came with my Losi Nitro Truggy RTR. It is testing the holding power of the wheel nuts on my Arrma. Protek is top notch products at a price I can afford. I have started replacing all of my other servos and battery packs to the Protek brand.
Lasted 3 days was very weak from the beginning. It would hardly turn the wheels
This servo is better than stock servos for sure. Has plenty of torque. I’ve used it on my crawler and my buggy. Handles both great. The only thing is for the buggy, you are going to want to get a faster one to account for steering corrections. But I still run it on my buggy just for practicing. It is still worth the money.
Liked the responsiveness, liked the solid construction. After about half an hour of use it developed a "jitter". It seemed to be making minor adjustments constantly. Then it died in a puff of electrical smoke. Pretty disappointing considering how often it is recommended as a replacement for the stock Traxxas Slash servo. I actually bought two of them, the second one was installed on a different slash as the same time with no issues so I think I got one good one, one bad one. In any case I won't use this model again. I gave it two stars because of the one that is still working.