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01-25-2017 01:06 AM  5 months agoPost 1
MattJen

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Hi All

been a while since I have had to buy cyclic servos, I am looking for high torque around 13kilo and able to run on min of 6volts.

I am swinging 850 blades and machine is around 9kilo

I have been out of game for a while so am wondering what are considered good servos these days.

I used go for Futaba HV servos.

Matt

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01-25-2017 02:47 AM  5 months agoPost 2
Heli Fanatix

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Any server on the market now a days would work for you at 6V. Going to 7.2V on a 2S would you want more speed and rorque. However I would suggest using a metal case servo so that way you don't flex under the tremendous load

A set of BK would be cost-effective. If price is an issue ... I was suggest the MKS X8 series

- Scott

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01-25-2017 10:04 AM  5 months agoPost 3
myjane

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Try servo data base on line

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01-25-2017 10:07 AM  5 months agoPost 4
myjane

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Look at the savox range are into 3 d or sport , I use 9kg and they are fine with 850 blades

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01-25-2017 10:52 AM  5 months agoPost 5
DemetriusUSN

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Servo data base hasn't been updated in a while. I emailed the guy well over a year ago and all I got was excuses but there are a lot of information there, good luck.

Minicopter Diabolo 700, TDR Rigid, Goblin Speed 700, Compass 6hvu, Logo 600se V2, Devil 380

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01-26-2017 02:12 AM  5 months agoPost 6
MattJen

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thanks for help guys

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01-27-2017 10:53 AM  4 months agoPost 7
Richardmid1

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Most HV servos are above 13kg/cm these days.

Check out JR's NX8935, reasonably priced, VERY precise and sooo quiet!

60% of the time, it works every time!

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01-27-2017 01:05 PM  4 months agoPost 8
Tyler

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I have recently purchased two sets of cyclic servos. I chose Xpert R-2. Words simply cannot express how much better both helicopters fly.

R-2's are worth looking up. Simply stunning!

Enjoy things that money can buy IF you don't lose the things money can't buy.

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01-27-2017 01:14 PM  4 months agoPost 9
Richardmid1

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Words simply cannot express how much better both helicopters fly.

60% of the time, it works every time!

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01-27-2017 01:18 PM  4 months agoPost 10
Tyler

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Richardmid1,

Perhaps you can use words instead of childish rolling eyes to express your thoughts on my comments, especially if you yourself have swapped out two sets of cyclic servos for Xpert R2's, thus giving you some authority and experience on the matter.

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01-27-2017 01:38 PM  4 months agoPost 11
Richardmid1

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Perhaps you could use less of an exaggeration to explain your findings with these miracle servos?

60% of the time, it works every time!

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01-27-2017 01:48 PM  4 months agoPost 12
Tyler

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Perhaps you can verify your claim that I am exaggerating? Don't downplay my experience due to the lack of your own.

I'll say this much, my buddies watched the first six flights after installing these servos. They said they could see and hear the difference in flight, and my routine was visibly better.

I cannot explain all the improvements or the reasons, but they are certainly there.

I did fly these high voltage servos from 5.6v to 7.7v, by the way.

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01-27-2017 02:28 PM  4 months agoPost 13
Richardmid1

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You still haven't said what servos you were using before? If words simply cannot express how much better your helis fly with these new servos I can only assume they were something like Futaba 3003's? Or there was something faulty with the ones you were using previously?

60% of the time, it works every time!

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01-27-2017 02:38 PM  4 months agoPost 14
Tyler

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Top branded brushless and/or HV servos in the $155 to $180 each price range were used previously.

Your vain assumptions are flat out wrong and arrogant.

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01-27-2017 03:37 PM  4 months agoPost 15
Richardmid1

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Your vain assumptions are flat out wrong and arrogant.
Just thought of a new screen name for you, The Exaggerator!

Please just admit that the difference felt in flight between different high end servos of similar specs (all else being equal remember), is very small if any.

60% of the time, it works every time!

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01-27-2017 04:04 PM  4 months agoPost 16
Tyler

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I will not.

But i will continue to grin ear to ear everytime I fly them. My money was well spent, full market price, from authorized dealers, no hidden agenda, no discount, no sponsorship, no bull.

Maybe that is an appropriate screen name for me, "No Bull", but I chose to use my real name brcause i can stand behind what I say, always have, always will.

Your childish insults and bantering have now verified your emojii useage.

After you put up (buy a set of R2 to try for yourself), then I will shut up. Until then, I have put up, so my comments are validated. Yours are not. Finish the saying on your own...

Doubters find it easy to be haters.

But, then again, I knew old timers that told me carbon blades were a waste of time and money, woodies could do everything in the book just fine.

I dont still fly woodies. Some of them still do.

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01-27-2017 04:06 PM  4 months agoPost 17
Tyler

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Please just admit that the difference felt in flight between different high end servos of similar specs (all else being equal remember), is very small if any.
So, you are suggesting that I lie to satisfy your arrogance and pride?

How about you prove me wrong from personal experience. The burden of proof lies on the shoulders of the accuser. You are the accuser.

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01-27-2017 04:08 PM  4 months agoPost 18
Tyler

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Please just admit that the difference felt in flight between different high end servos of similar specs (all else being equal remember), is very small if any.
And you are silly enough to believe every spec advertised is accurate in the real world?

Enjoy things that money can buy IF you don't lose the things money can't buy.

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01-27-2017 05:02 PM  4 months agoPost 19
Richardmid1

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Look there is no 'new tech' that drastically affects performance of those servos. Do you think I have only ever used one make of servo?! I'm not saying you didn't feel a difference, all im saying is it will have been slight, like the time I first tried futaba's brushless servos which is backed up by their claim of 30% faster response time compared to a non brushless servo. I can easily find words to express this, "they felt slightly more responsive", easy! Did they make the helicopter fly better beyond words, NO.

60% of the time, it works every time!

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01-27-2017 05:19 PM  4 months agoPost 20
Tyler

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But, you didnt fly R2's did you? They crushed the Futaba BLS servos.

I stand behind the claim that I cannot even describe the improvement. Vauge, common terminologies could be used, as well as the famous ad slogan of "feel the difference", but sometimes words are not enough.

I will tell you that I have been telling my flying buddies that I would have never believed the improvement if I had not experienced first hand after spending my own hard earned cash.

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