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Old 10-26-2009, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default MKS SERVO'S FOR BUGGY AND TRUGGY

MKS DIGITAL 29KG SERVO WITH CNC ALUMINUM CASE.

Operating Voltage: 4.8V/6.0V
Operating Temperature Range: -10 to +60 Degree C
Operating Speed : (4.8V): 0.1sec / (6.0V):0.08sec
Stall Torque : (4.8V) : 23.2kg-cm / (6.0V) : 28.9kg-cm
Motor Type: Coreless Motor
Potentiometer Drive: Indirect Drive
Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearings
Gear Type: Titanium Gears
Case : Aluminum-magnesium alloy shell
Connector Wire Length: 15cm
Weight: 2.65 oz. (75g)
Wire Length: 15cm
Dimensions: 40 20 41 mm

These high quality servo's are the same as the very expensive Jr servo's but half the price.

This servo is exclusive to cobra r/c

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whats the torque in oz?

also, are they capable of running at 7.4v?
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whats the torque in oz?

also, are they capable of running at 7.4v?
402.81 oz

no they dont work with 7.4volt the normal 6.0volts but you can upgrade to the lifep04 battery which are better than lipo.

most you see now who advertise 7.4volt ready and are under 45mm in case height you will see will burn sooner or later we see it now with these ace Hv 's dont believe everything you hear .
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1022.83 oz

no they dont work with 7.4volt the normal 6.0volts but you can upgrade to the lifep04 battery which are better than lipo.

most you see now who advertise 7.4volt ready and are under 45mm in case height you will see will burn sooner or later we see it now with these ace Hv 's dont believe everything you hear .
Safer than lipo ya ok but defiantly not better. How can you go better than lipo. If you dont want to spend the cash on the fancy high voltage servos then dont, just run a regulator. No way LiFe is better than lipo. Thats funny hahahaha. And Ace has never built a quality servo, they dump fast and their warranty ohh yea what warranty. Invest in a quality JR or Hitec servo and stop worrying. If these Cobra servos are the same as JR then why cant they handle 7.4 volts??? and I bet they have a warranty like Ace. You can try the imitation but it wont taste as good as the real stuff. Im still chuckling about the better than lipo. Thats a good one.

Ohh yea I almost forgot 1000+ oz of torque are you kidding that cant be accurate.
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29KG-cm is 403 ounces my friend....not 1000+ lol
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29KG-cm is 403 ounces my friend....not 1000+ lol
That sounds more believable. I know the whole metric/ sae thing is hard, but it is simple math.
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That sounds more believable. I know the whole metric/ sae thing is hard, but it is simple math.
sorry guys i used a quick online converter and i made a mistake .402.81 0z
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Safer than lipo ya ok but defiantly not better. How can you go better than lipo. If you dont want to spend the cash on the fancy high voltage servos then dont, just run a regulator. No way LiFe is better than lipo. Thats funny hahahaha. And Ace has never built a quality servo, they dump fast and their warranty ohh yea what warranty. Invest in a quality JR or Hitec servo and stop worrying. If these Cobra servos are the same as JR then why cant they handle 7.4 volts??? and I bet they have a warranty like Ace. You can try the imitation but it wont taste as good as the real stuff. Im still chuckling about the better than lipo. Thats a good one.

Ohh yea I almost forgot 1000+ oz of torque are you kidding that cant be accurate.
i dont run lipos and dont care much for them and i really like ace servos i havent had them dump on me like jr has but i guess it is in all in what you like.
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I got a couple of questions.

Can those numbers be right? 400in/oz at .08 sec that is insane at 6 volts.

I know you said half the price of JR but what are we looking at for a set of 2 servos sent to the states?

Are these power hungry servos? Seems like it would have to be a huge motor in there for those numbers.

Does this company make any other available servos other then the bls950 I just saw on another post you put up and how much is this servo?

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Old 10-27-2009, 05:42 PM   #11
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looks like they do..

not sure whre you would use it but.. here you go..

8.4v to 12v servos'... hahaha

http://www.mks-servo.com.tw/servo-02.htm
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Let me know when you get them if the price is cheap I will get 1.
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Wow you guys sure do over-rate your servos, especially the HV 380.

I really need to see a video of that thing to believe the speed.

.03seconds
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Taiwanese that explains it all. Why didnt you just say so. Now I understand. I will avoid these like the plague.
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Taiwanese that explains it all. Why didnt you just say so. Now I understand. I will avoid these like the plague.
So howcome you can drive a LOSI then ??

Anyway they clearly are impressive figures so it will be nice to see how they work and last. I think theres is already a disti in US for these so you don't need to order overseas
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