Digital brushless servos, the ultimate in precision and holding power. Trackstar by Turnigy knows this importance by bringing a line of digital brushless servos for 1/8th and 1/10th scale vehicle applications. These robust servos feature alloy cases, dual ball bearing output shafts, and a titanium gear train.
To provide the best, most efficient performance these servos are design to run on a variety of voltages from 6.0 up to 7.4V. In testing they have been able to withstand the abuse of on-road and off-road racing and still come back for more.
The TS-915 is a low profile servo perfect for 1/10th scale touring cars and 2WD buggies. We include multiple different servo arms and a complete mounting hardware package.
Torque: 8.8kg.cm (6.0V) - 10.1kg.cm (7.4V)
Speed: 0.10sec/60deg (6.0V) - 0.08 sec/60deg (7.4V)
Motor: Japan Brushless
Gear Train: Titanium
Ball Bearing: N2 Ball Bearing
Lead Length: 300mm
Spline Count: 25
Unit Weight (g):
два года полёт нормальный стоит на шоссейке спек р r2Excellent build quality.
Very happy with them so far no issues. For the price you can't beat them.
Use it in ,my TLR 22 2.0 plenty of power and durability.Bought and fitted in my Xray touring car and this servo is amazing. For the price the quaility is outstanding and well wearth the money strong and fast too.ive found this to be a fast little servo the size and wieght is great for the money have done 1 5min session so far but time will tell but overall great producteste servo muito lindo , como vou usar no paraglaider creio que vai cumprir a funoGreat Servo for the money Quick but probably not as quick as claimed in the specs , never the less a super fast servoHabt ihr keine Qualittskontrolle? Nagelneues Servo mit Getriebeschaden hatte ich noch nie! Motor dreht permanent und der Antrieb tut nix.Very good price and performance on paper for a short servo, and the full metal casing is a fancy touch. Mine has a tiny bit of play which over the full steering system of the Xray T3 makes for a substantial amount of play at the wheels. Also had to strip it down and remove some burring from the teeth which freed up the movement - it couldn't be turned by hand before.I've been running this servo in my 1/10 17.5 stock touring car for two months now, and it has taken a lot of abuse during that time, but it is still working just fine. It is adequately powerful, and quite precise, although slightly noisy (but not super loud or anything). It hasn't caused any brownout issues with my Spektrum rx, so it is safe to say that it draws less current than a Savox 1251 servo.
The reason I only gave it four stars for quality is due to a bit of play/slop on the gears. Overall, I am very impressed with how well this servo has stood up to some big crashes, and I'd recommend it to anyone just getting in to 1/10 touring cars who don't want to spend $65-$120 on a servo.
Now if only this servo was stocked in the USA warehouse, I'd buy two more. The shipping times from the International warehouse to Canada have gotten frustratingly long, so I avoid ordering from it as much as I can these days.