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I am not familar with these servo's but the one thing I know is in oval speed isn't always the best way to go. I would look a the specs for them and put the one with the most torque in the car.
 

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Thanks! Here are the stats on the two servos:

Torq/Spd 4.8V Torq/Spd 6.0V Bearing
S9101 34/.20 43/.16 Dual
S9304 56/.28 69/.22 Dual


Looks like the S9304

I'm just getting back into oval and looking for advice :thumbsup:


Thanks - Tom
 

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torque is what your looking for this keeps your front tires from jumping around and turnning left Most drivers think a high speed servo is better but I like more torque I drive a T4 with a 13.5 Fantom on a dirt oval track with a 156 ft drive line so you have to keep the front end planted
 
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