To control this you should send control pulse at least every 20mS, the de pulse must be from 0.5mS = 0°, 1.5mS = 90° and 2.5mS = 180°. It's easier with Arduino and the Arduino Servo Library, but it isn't that hard in PIC.
Be careful that you set the end travel correctly, as the motor is much more powerful than the gears and will strip them if it tries to travel too far. I start off with my servo movements at 50pcnt and gradually increase from there, watching the throttle arm movement.
Not sure what the question is, but on this servo the brown wire is the ground and is equivalent to the black wire on futaba. The red is positive and is the same as the red on futaba and the orange wire is the signal wire and is the same as the white on futaba. In addition, I have only had the servo a short time but it's quiet with very little slop in the gears and appears to have very good torque for it's size. I plan to get more
I bought this servo for my Kyosho Mini Inferno 09 Nitro as the buggy require mini servo. To my surprise, the servos perform much better than i expected, its so smooth and linear with my Futaba 4PL. The servos had little noise and doesnt jitter, center well, the resolution is as good or even better than my HS65MG. Thumbs up for this under 3bucks servo!!! Highly recommended!!!