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Servo Buddy - anyone use one?

Has anyone used one of the Servo Buddy gizmos?

Servo Buddy

Thinking of buying one.
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Re: Servo Buddy - anyone use one?

$60 seems a little steep, i would use the diy stickied on this forum. 3$ vs 60$
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Re: Servo Buddy - anyone use one?

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$60 seems a little steep, i would use the diy stickied on this forum. 3$ vs 60$

I agree, $60 to "fix" a MIL that has zero effect on the bike is ridiculous.

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Re: Servo Buddy - anyone use one?

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$60 seems a little steep, i would use the diy stickied on this forum. 3$ vs 60$
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I agree, $60 to "fix" a MIL that has zero effect on the bike is ridiculous.
Thanks guys,

I might have a try at the stickied instructions although I am not great with wiring but it looks straight forward.

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Re: Servo Buddy - anyone use one?

Especially when you can make your own for a couple of dollars in bits and 20 minutes of time.

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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