Servo Question; Digital versus Analog

Steve

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I'm assuming my stock Mega Raider and BLS Vorteks have analog servos.
And also, [plz correct if wrong] digital is superior.
Since my RCs are running analog, if I wanted to drop in a digital servo, what else do I need to change?
As always, thank you AF members for your help and advice!
-Steve
 

Bri26

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Digital servos are a little more accurate. You can use them as is without changing anything else.

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Brian
 

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You could better drop in a high torque metal geared servo with a faster turning speed.

Digital servos are indeed more precise than most analogue, but shine really into high precision applications like the collective and pitch of a RC helicopter.

For a bashing machine like an Arrma it is a bit over the top ;)
 

Steve

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You could better drop in a high torque metal geared servo with a faster turning speed.

Digital servos are indeed more precise than most analogue, but shine really into high precision applications like the collective and pitch of a RC helicopter.

For a bashing machine like an Arrma it is a bit over the top ;)
I do like the pair of ultra high torque TSX-55's I installed on my Rockslide!
 

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