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Old 05-08-2020, 10:01 PM
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Default Can TruTrak "C" servo's be used in RV7A

I recently purchased a DigiTrak IIVS with control head and roll and pitch servos. These were originally in an RV10. The servos are the "C" servos which have more torque than the "B" servos I believe. Will I be ok using these servos in my 7 or should I sell these and buy "B" servos?

One other question... The pitch servo has a small torque enhancer a round wooden wheel with a cable around it. I don't see this setup normally on a 7. Do I need to change it our or use it as it.

I can send pics if anyone wants to see what I have.

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Old 05-15-2020, 02:43 PM
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Default Yes. No problem

I called Bendix/King and they stated it is no problem to use the "C" servo's in a RV7A. Just in case someone else wanted to know...
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