If you're looking for the ultimate cyclic servo for your 600-700 size heli, we have just the thing!
The RotorStar RS-610-MGC-HV is a standard size digital servo featuring a metal geartrain, coreless motor and a fast 0.095sec transit time. Add to that it's excellent performance and tricked out looks, and you have one outstanding servo for the price!
Perfect for the Assault 700, TG600 Frenzy, Trex 600-700 and just about any other 600-700 size heli on the market today!
Torque: 12.86kg.cm (6.0V) - 15.83kg.cm (8.4V)
Speed: 0.112sec/60deg (6.0V) - 0.095 sec/60deg (8.4V)
Type: Digital Standard
Gear Train: Metal
Spline Count: 25T
Ball Bearing: 2 Ball Bearings
Lead Length: 265mm
Unit Weight (g):
I use this servo in an 180m Extra. They are fast and strong, no clearance. Solid servo arms included. Great stuff for budged!Very good servo for Heli's, strong gears and plenty of power with good speed. the only downside is not very resistant to heavy landings the electronics most likely won't survive due to no protective circuitry, but you can replace a complete set of cyclic's for less than the price of a single top brand name servo, if on a budget these are a good servo for the job.I have one (overkill) as throttle servo and tow release in my 40% PilotRC Decathlon with 176ccm 2-cilinder. No problems whatsoever.
Just ordered 10 for 6meter HW4 Flamingo sailplane build from Schneider Modell Kufstein cnc-kit.
Probably even 10 more for a 1:2,5 scale DFS Habicht.
So I'm happy with this specific servo..... quality versus durability versus price.I am using this servo on my gasoline quadricopter full colectiv pitch. Really happy with the price, torque, ...Have to write another positive review, i have made more than 300 fligts with this servos on my HK550TT DFC and these servos are not showing any signs of wearing yet. very good servo for the money i have to say... I am sorry to see many RotorStar products are not available anymore in EU and even in central warehouse :( :( seems helicopters and parts are not selling well or what... I fly only helis and i hope at least some good stuff will be in EU for some time to come... ByeI have over 60 of these on all my 70~78" 3D Extreme Flight planes. Only ever lost 1 on a rudder due to many harrier landings. Now my buddies use it on 3D planes as well.I bought three of these for a 600. I'm currently using them on a Frenzy 600E and they've done well so far, about 20 flights, and they've survived one light crash unscathed. The cases have a metal centre part, which is good for heat dissipation. The mounting lugs seem robust. The gears are slop-free, and the supplied servo arms are sturdy and a good tight fit on the splines. I'm using them with a FuBar controller, which is running them at 160Hz or so, directly off a 2s LiFe RX pack. I would definitely buy more of these.i have bought these servos before and i liked them, so i have bought another cyclic set of 3 servos for my HK550tt modded to DFC... Very fast, and i use them on 8,4V directly from 2S LiPo in combination with mini Kbar FBL 3axis gyro... Works very well.... Time Will show how long servos Will last if i don't break crash before :):)I use these on my HK550GT modded to DFC on HV - direct 2S LiPo battery in combination with Mini Kbar....Fast and strong servos, heli is very responsive, centering is good. Hope servos will last...Got 3 for the Swashplate of a HK-600 GT, stretched to 700 size for an old Mikado Jet Ranger fuselage. They have no gear back lash, the gears have a very tight fitting. Don`t move them by hand on the servo arms, they need 1 or 2 hours on a servo tester for break-in. They run at 4.8 volt, but under load they do some silly things like small jerks. At 6.0 volt they run very smooth, even under load, no more jerks. They can become pretty warm at the first hour of running, so have an eye on them. Mine are now at the end of the 2nd hour of break-in procedure and are moving better now. I`ll open them after the test and remove the old grease, i`m sure there is some wear from the metal gears and it is better to remove it. Will write more the next weeks. For now it looks this servos are worth every cent.