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2 Attachment(s) HV Metal Case Digtal alloy case standard servo Fi8625M for 1/8
New Product / Posted by Strongwind / 04-02-2014 @ 01:35 AM / 608 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
High voltage rc car steering servo 1/8

Features
-Standard digital Titanium gears servo,2BB
-Coreless motor,Aluminium middle hull
-Waterproof
-Operating Voltage: 2-cell Li-Po power
-Dead band width: 2usc
-Interface: (like JR)
-Wire length: 30cm

Product Details

Fi8625M:

Size: 40.0*20.0*37.5 mm

Weight: 73g(2.58oz)

Speed: 0.17sec/60°(6V)

0.15sec/60°(7.4V)

Torque: 18.9kg.cm/262.9 oz.in(6V)

25kg.cm/296.3 oz.in( 7.4V )

Application:1/10 1/8 Car, Boat, Robot
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4 Attachment(s) Brushless XQ-S8320D for my 1/8 off road
Discussion / Posted by Stephennan / 03-11-2014 @ 10:21 PM / 1,523 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
I was totally attracted by the impressive silver color and appearance of XQ-S8320D,a new brushless servo from XQ Power company. Specs are good too: 23kg.cm/0.092s @6.0V. I order 2 pcs for my 1/8 off road nitro car.

Racing feedback:extremely smooth movement,fast,no noise at all,the metal case seems able to handle all the massive outside pressure in operation.

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4 Attachment(s) High Speed Programmable Car Servo
Discussion / Posted by Strongwind / 03-03-2014 @ 01:58 AM / 1,655 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
Fi7612M is FEETECH Programmable Digital CAR Servo.

You need to use an USB interface (FE-SCPC-1) to program this servo. (For more information, please click here)

This servo is used in cars, robots or where standard servos are used.

This servo can produce high-current draw from your batteries. If using NiMH or LiPo batteries, make sure they are capable of delivering approximately 2A for each servo.



Features:

Standard Size Two Ball Bearing High Speed Programmable Digital Servo

Used 1 million times life potentiometer, high quality coreless motor.

Has the waterproof properties.

Can be programming angle of rotation to use USB interface by PC software.

Ideal for high-torque applications requiring a standard size servo

Universal connector fits Futaba, Hitec, JR, KO Propo.

One year warranty



Servo programmable function

1. FAIL SAFE, On or Off

2. Direction of Rotation

3. Travel Speed

4. Servo Max Torque limit and Punch

5. Center, End, and FAIL SAFE Point

6. Signal Pulse Set-Up

7. Stretch (Holding Power, Running Power, Acceleration and Deceleration)

8. Dead Band Width

9. Resolution Setup

10.“Save and Open” File Options

11. Reset Factory Default Data

12. Read and Write Servo Data

If you need to have special functions, please tell us. We can to customize for you.

Requires:

FE-SCPC-1(If you need to programming this servo)



Full Packaged

-Servo×1PCS

-Servo arm×1 bag

-Carton box

-GW85g



SKU:Fi7612M

Dimensions:40.1 × 20.0 × 37.5 mm

Weight:57 g

Operating Speed :0.12sec/60degree (6V)0.09sec/60degree (7.4V)

Stall Torque :10.2kg.cm/141.9oz.in(6V)12.8kg.cm/178.1oz.in(7.4V)

Operating Voltage :4.8V~7.4V

Control System igital

Direction :CW

Operating Angle :180degree

Required Pulse :500us-2500us

Bearing Type :2BB

Gear Type :Metal

Motor Type :Coreless

Connector Wire Length :30 cm
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7 Attachment(s) FITEC/FEETECH High torque large scale 30-35kg torque servo FT6535M
New Product / Posted by Strongwind / 01-24-2014 @ 01:02 AM / 2,563 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
FEETECH 1\5 scale Steering Servo

Looks like we finally have another large scale steering servo to choose from. I'm not familiar with the brand but the price and spec's don't look too bad.
FEETECH/FITEC High torque large scale 35kg torque servo
Required Pulse:900us-2100us
Operating Angle:120 degree
Dimensions:65.8x30.4x57.6mm
weight:199g
Speed:0.3sec/60degree (4.8V)
0.27sec/60degree (6V)
Torque:27.5kg.cm/382.6oz.in(4.8V)
33kg.cm/459.1oz.in(6V)
-Application: Rc car/truck/baja servo
Geat Type:Metal gear
Item Packing

- servo with servo horns X 1
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Great Idea or What?
Discussion / Posted by Jocky / 01-16-2014 @ 11:11 PM / 2,499 Views / 1 Comments / Reply
I came across of this article (http://blog.davidsingleton.org/nnrccar) by a guy named by David Singleton while browsing on Delicious. Looks like a brilliant idea building a neural network controlled self-driving remote control car!

Anyone here familiar with this or perhaps built similar thing?

I love this whole idea . If you know the mechanics and familiar with the methods he used, you can do the same thing too. I'm planning to do this myself in a near future.

Here's the link to video that inspired him to do the project
Neural Network driving RC car (0 min 35 sec)
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Have a good one today. Cheers!

RC car repair, need help
Discussion / Posted by pastrpilot / 01-04-2014 @ 10:30 AM / 2,682 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
My nine year old son and I purchased an Exceed RC Rally Monster. The steering mechanism works but the throttle does not work. Upon removing the cover, I noticed that the red wire to the top of the motor dislodged and that there is a red blinking light. I stripped some on the rubber insulation off the red wire and re-established contact with the motor but to no avail. Any advice?
All good things must come to and end
Alert / Posted by androtaz / 12-31-2013 @ 02:40 PM / 2,913 Views / 2 Comments / Reply
After being on here for a while ive decided this will be my last post. Ive spent a lot of time here, Questions and multiple build logs. But im sad to say im not feeling the love here. This site has all but become dormant. I get few to any comments from anyone ,other then the admins. To those who have shown they cared , Thank you. Ive moved all my current build logs to rccrawler.com . I have found many locals and have joined a club in the short time I have been a member. I will check in from time to time to check on vsci79's projects. But I will no longer be contributing.
thanks
Androtaz
Spur and pinion gears
Question / Posted by Archmule / 12-10-2013 @ 01:08 PM / 3,618 Views / 2 Comments / Reply
Today my HSP Craziest truck finely gave in after 9 months of pure torture.

The crown and pinion gears finely gave way. So come this weekend I will have my new spares.

The only qeustion now is the gear mesh. I think they mention paper thickness?

Any ideas?
20 Attachment(s) S&G Racing Head Hunter 55 Update 12/5
Build Log / Posted by androtaz / 12-05-2013 @ 09:12 PM / 3,675 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
Got some more mock up pics. You see where this is headed. Imagine when you pin the trigger with dual titan 550 14.4 volts....big smile!!!
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5 Attachment(s) S&G Racing 83 Ramcharger "War Wagon" 11/30
Build Log / Posted by androtaz / 11-30-2013 @ 04:39 PM / 3,667 Views / 5 Comments / Reply
Been looking for this body for 2 years. Had one and carved it up, right about the time Proline discontinued them. So far it a body, scx10 chassis and bumpers with light kit. Not going to be a lot of home brewed parts in this one. Pushing for scale detail. Waiting on parts for now. Way more to come.
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9 Attachment(s) S&G Racing Head Hunter 55 Update 11/30
Build Log / Posted by androtaz / 11-30-2013 @ 04:31 PM / 3,526 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
Been looking to get back to this build. Recently Found my 83 Ramcharger ive been 2 years looking for. So HH55 went on the shelf. Been sitting on an old Yakomo road car, and now its going to donate its suspension parts for this build . Just a few moc up pics. Only using the a arms , hub carriers and shocks. Tried out a slash drive shaft and it fits perfect. Once I get the frame rails bent, i'll start getting the chassis together.
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1 Attachment(s) jumbo kongs
Discussion / Posted by androtaz / 11-28-2013 @ 10:50 AM / 3,579 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
Got a full set of these in a trade. If you have never seen them in person. They are just stupid big.
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4 Attachment(s) No bed required...
Cool / Posted by vsci79 / 11-17-2013 @ 10:06 PM / 3,777 Views / 6 Comments / Reply
Got the body on
R/C car made from music wire [Part 5] - vsci79 (3 min 48 sec)
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3 Attachment(s) Cheapest beast in town
Build Log / Posted by androtaz / 11-16-2013 @ 03:49 PM / 3,906 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
I got this truck off a friend . swapped 3 7 cell packs for it. Electrix circuit. Ditched the stock 21 turn and dynamite esc. New Ae t4 body. Custom paint by me. Losi pin tires. Traxxas rustler rims. Duatrax 8t esc. Duratrax Wet magnet monster truck motor @ 18 turns modified. Cut down Slash 2x4 drive shafts. Narrowed hex drives. So far im into it for $75 and 3 battery packs. Ruff estimate $170 total. Had the tires, ecs and motor and paint on hand. This thing is fun to drive. Plenty of punch at + 25dg of timing. About 20 mins run time on 8.4v 5000 mAh.
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3 Attachment(s) Low Profile 300 Degree Rotation Digital Servo FT5610M
New Product / Posted by Strongwind / 11-16-2013 @ 12:32 AM / 3,744 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
Another good option of 1/10 off road?

FEETECH servo company have annouced that they have newly developed a specially-made high voltage digital servo FT5610M for 1/10 nitro.

Here below is the specification:

Low Profile 300 Degree Rotation Digital Servo FT5610M
Dead band: 2μs
Control System: +Pulse Width Control
Working frequency: 1520μs / 250hz
Operating Voltage: DC4.8~7.4 V
Operating Temperature Range: -10 to + 60°
Operating Speed (6V): 0.11sec/60°
Operating Speed (7.4V): 0.08 sec/60°
Stall Torque (6V):9kg.cm (125.2oz/in)
Stall Torque (7.4V): 11.8 kg-cm (164.2oz/in)
Potentiometer Drive: Direct Drive (300 Degree) (180 degree Coming soon)
Dimensions: 40.5X20.1X28.7 mm
Weight: 49 g (1.73oz)
Connector Wire Length: JR 300 mm

Digital servos features: Support high voltage;Waterproof; Plastic case, resist heat and corrosion; Aluminium middle hull, easy to eliminate heat;Adopt high quality coreless motor.

It would be another good option for 1/10 buggy, LOL.
But since the torque is only 11.8kg maximum,installed as the throttle could be perfect
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1 Attachment(s) Servo Plate & Suspension Update...
Discussion / Posted by vsci79 / 11-08-2013 @ 06:23 PM / 3,861 Views / 2 Comments / Reply
Re-purposed an old battery tray into a servo plate.
R/C car made from music wire [Part 4] - vsci79 (2 min 44 sec)
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2 Attachment(s) Part 3 of wired dragster...
Discussion / Posted by vsci79 / 11-02-2013 @ 09:47 PM / 4,046 Views / 2 Comments / Reply
Trying to keep up the momentum on building up this project. -Thanks-

R/C car made from music wire [Part 3] - vsci79 (9 min 51 sec)


I did not mention it in the video, but I'm actually reconsidering the proline bug body and have my eye on using another 'crawler' body for this dragster that I feel will fit the chassis/wheels a lot better and be rather unique (definitely will be a love it or hate it) look
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11 Attachment(s) My clod
Data / Posted by androtaz / 10-27-2013 @ 07:03 PM / 4,271 Views / 3 Comments / Reply
Nothing fancy just old school. Its got the digger curse. Breaks and gets beat every time I run it.
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2 Attachment(s) Powerful lipo battery help to win the Champion
Look / Posted by Ada / 10-25-2013 @ 09:51 PM / 4,143 Views / 0 Comments / Reply
AGA lipo batteries http://www.aga-power.com performs very good in the racing, they are very secure and maintain good power, all competitors like it very much !
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5 Attachment(s) It's been a while...
Discussion / Posted by vsci79 / 10-21-2013 @ 10:42 PM / 4,236 Views / 2 Comments / Reply
Part 2 of the music wire build that will now be a VW dragster. I'm aiming for a gasser look with the body kinda high on the chassis. We'll see how that works out.

R/C car made from music wire [Part 2] - vsci79 (10 min 10 sec)
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