Radiopost 2207M Low Profile Heavy Duty Servo (High Voltage) [RPC-RP2307M]
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Christopher McBrayer - Rating:
Friday, June 28, 2013
My servo quit working after 2 months for no apparent reason. I went to the track to practice turned the car and servo locked into one direction and that was it. I understand equipment can fail, but good luck getting a hold radio-post to fix their equipment that is still under warranty. I have emailed, called, and contacted people on forums to try and get a response on when the repair will take place but no luck. Either way looks like I will be moving on to another brand as this is a waste of my[More…]
Lennart Denninger - Rating: Verified Owner
Friday, June 21, 2013
The servo was great for the 2 days it lasted. Servo died after 2 days, sent it back for RMA, now it's taking >2 months just to get any information on it. Customer service is non existent, email is being ignored.
Johann D Fortaleza - Rating: Verified Owner
Thursday, February 14, 2013
I'm currently using this as my brake and throttle servos for both buggy and truggy...Excellent servo! So quiet and so quick!
Jake - Rating: Verified Owner
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
This servo was pretty amazing in my 1/8 scale buggy. Better than anything I ever used.
Patrick Littleton - Rating:
Saturday, January 19, 2013
I own three types of Radiopost servos. They are the best I have used to date. I have used the Savox 2200 series including the 2271, 2272, and 2274. This is the best all around servo I have ever used. You can use these in everything from a 2wd buggy to an 1/8th scale E-buggy. Although, I highly recommend the blue servo for 2wd buggy and red servo for 1/8 scale E-buggy.
Pravesh Thapa Marak - Rating: Verified Owner
Monday, July 23, 2012
nice servo .. looks and seems promising .. going in a losi truggy .. hope its awesome