That one is highly recommended. I use the Kimbrough 123 on my Typhon 3s: it's a bit smaller than the 124 and doesn't require any modification.This is a good one but takes some modification.
Ok very good to know then I’ll just go with the Arrma rad 25t servo saver for cheap because I have a perfect pass servo in my 3s typhon.I didn’t have much luck with the Kimbrough saver. I tried several, but they went soft within a couple months. The Hot racing saver that I tried lasted two weeks before the spring broke. So I like the stock one. It’s only good for a month or two though before it begins getting soft… but the entire steering assembly (bellcrank, saver and link) is dirt cheap on Jennysrc.com, just a couple of bucks. So I keep a bunch in stock constantly and swap them out often as needed. And.
I also like the 6S steering servo, the S652. Since its 23t it works with the stock servo saver. It’s also cheap on Jenny’s, 18-19 bucks. I haven’t had one fail in a 3S car for close to two years, and I’m not having issues with it in my recent 4S builds either. It’s not the fastest or most powerful servo, but it works well for me.
Seems like the cheap red one is the way to go then.I had the kimbrough 124 in my big rock, and currently a 123. Both very durable for crashes, but both have developed slop in not too long. And i know i'm not the only one whose had issues like that with the kimbrough's.
I've resorted to just getting the 25t red arrma servo saver and replacing as they die since they're cheap.
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