Team Associated’s new XP Series high-voltage servos aim to be better suited to the 7.4V LiPo packs used by racers in their cars these days. Most of the current generation of servos are designed only for 6.0V input, and this can cause reliability issues. These new servos feature updated motors and electronic circuitry that are designed to withstand the rigors of high-voltage operation in nitro vehicles. A metal gear version (MG) is perfect for use as the steering servo while the standard version is suitable for controlling the throttle. Even though they are designed to run with 7.4V, they can also be used with standard 6.0V NiMh receiver batteries and are also perfect for use as the steering servo in electric vehicles with the SC10 RTR actually coming equipped with the SHV1504MG.