The Turnigy D-Spec DRFT-303 drift car steering servo offers the ease of use, reliability and speed you would come to expect from this type of servo. It features nylon gears, a high quality motor and real ball bearings to give it silky smooth operation. Its short profile will allow fitment into almost any 1/10th drift car and it is low maintenance due to the self lubricating nylon gears. It also has a colored aluminum heat sink for more efficient heat dissipation, again increasing the life of the servo. It offers a really precise front end on your car to make those long sweeping drifts and quick direction changes that much easier.
Make this Turnigy D-Spec DRFT-303 your drift car steering servo of choice.
• Aluminum heat sink
• Short profile for better fitting
• Nylon gears
• Quality motor
• Real ball bearings
• Universal installation
Torque: 3.5kg.cm (4.8V) - 4.5kg.cm (6.0V)
Speed: 0.12Sec/60deg (4.8V) - 0.10Sec/60deg (6.0V)
Gear Train: Nylon
Spline Count: 25T
Ball Bearing: Yes
Lead Length: 270mm
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Just a heads up this servo has a large dead band compared to a normal servo.
So it may work very well for steering in a drift application but is not suitable for other applications where fine responses to small stick movements is required.
Bob J.replacment for a tamiya v steering servo,
Does the job jist as good, for a fraction of the price!!This servo comes with all the major accessories with a nice packet. overall quality and design is good. Works fine with 5V logic.Servo was a crap... recover to center are very bad and speed is not 0,10 seg, minium was 0,20 seg. Not linear transition, maybe unlucky, but my experiencie with this servo was terrible...Strong quality servo for the price, just a bit noisy.Bushings could use some lube and the case seems a little tight. Fixing those it seems like an ok half height servo.This servo does not have ball bearing !just install on my hpi sprint 2 with dsm spektrum reciever. the servo its bad its jittering movement slow when i open the case dint see no bearing as advertise bushing only dont waste you money on this its bad servoThis little Drift servo is brilliant had to grease the inside slightly sounded dry so now it works better very well madeVery good smooth running servo. No issues or complaints. Very nice budget servo that does the job.