slow i-waver steering

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slow i-waver steering

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well, i got xmods electronics replaced with i waver board, but steering is slow. all works fine but tooo slow. is fet replacement the only solution?

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nah, the iw steering is weaker than most but a more powerful motor will help things out :-)
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Thats why i was having problems with my IW-Evo

Do you suggest a zzmt motor? I'm thinking red?

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the evo servo uses a motor like the miniz servo motor so a zzmt motor would be a step down.
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betty.k wrote:the evo servo uses a motor like the miniz servo motor so a zzmt motor would be a step down.


How arent they the same size?

What do you suggest then?

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What do you suggest then?
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