i now use these servos , they cost a little more but plenty in stock
or you can use the Mi series
i also use
these are great , highly reccomended
just had an email to say stock had arrived but there does not seem to be any here in stock !! i am not prepared to have 80 dollars sitting in hk's account waiting for the day when its already been Months !!
Not the very best servo but performance surpasses its value and price money.Have them on all gasolne 2m cub, pylons and sports planes with zero problem. One issue: no stock for very long time. Couldn't wait. Have already bought 10 SpringRC servos.
I must have a good one. Crashed several times on my tricopter due to cable ties to motor mounts breaking. Broke the casing again the last time. I realigned the gears & glued back the casing. Tricopter has flown 6 flights with no issues.
the upper and the lower parts of the case are not hinged, so they twist, the zero position is not so exact... i tried them in a 500 size heli and it was not that fun to fly. now i have some savö*x servos and the heli is doing what i want, and not what the servos want to do...
I used them too, didn't need a click of subtrim on all of them. They perform and centered very well but are not the most reliable servo's. Two out of five malfunctioned during preflight check within six months. Will buy again though.
I purchased these recently. There are a lot of speculation related to the servo horns. I wanted to use this on the T500 Heli but, no use, they are short, hence you will not get full range. i re-iterate, Servo horns are still short. I'm stick trying to figure out which servo arm to buy. If you are planning to buy this one for you 500 size electric better get a pair for servo horns as well.
Slopehog is exactly correct - you would probably want faster in a 500 series performance heli.. However, the MG930 is a fantastic little servo, and honestly, I think it's better than many out there for double/triple the price. It would certainly work as a tail servo, just not as potentially fast as a real high-speed. FYI, since the question is about the MG930 particularly, I can tell you the MG930 has a particularly GOOD resolution, and that's why it's better than so many others out there, ev
It definitely is. It is may be the most precise and powerful servo sold by HK. Of course, the size of the plane must match. It is good for gliders with 3m wing span and motor models with around 1.5m wing span. Just a rough estimate.
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The new Turnigy named MG930's are supplied with servo horns which will give the 16-16.5mm ball location. No need to get Futaba horns any more. Wires are long enough to reach the underside of the servo tray now as well. No extra parts needed!
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Good news! I have just received the latest version of the MG930 - now branded turnigy (not towerpro) the my two gripes have been resolved - the arms supplied are now big enough and the wires are double the length! Well done hobbyking!!!!
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Gears feel and sound good .Fit the frames perfect.Servo wire is 3 inches too short have to use extensions on three servos .Servo arms can only go out to 15 mm ,need 16.5 mm to get proper setup.Need to use longer arms to clear the top of the servo at full pitch (hits the side of the servo )
These servos are strong, smooth and work well - the accessories are less good as others have said for a Trex 500, EXI 500 or HK 500 buy a set of align servo arms (type H50113) for easy setup. The wires are too short - however if you mount the receiver where you would normally mount the gyro then extension leads can be avoided.
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very good choice for a HK500GT... even on the tail, for quiet fliying at least... I hate 3D...