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Turnigy™ TGY-DS3509MG High Torque BB/DS/MG w/Alloy Case 40kg / 0.12sec / 78g

Turnigy™ TGY-DS3509MG High Torque BB/DS/MG w/Alloy Case 40kg / 0.12sec / 78g

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The Turnigy TGY-DS3509MG is a very high quality standard size high voltage servo which is digital, ballraced, has an alloy CNC machined case and is fitted with metal gears for strength and reliability. The specifications are very impressive, extremely high torque, has a minimum of 30kg and is capable of a massive 40kg, also has excellent speed and is perfect for larger helicopters and aircraft, would also make a nice powerful, fast steering servo on 1/8th cars and buggies or large power boats.

Features:
• Full alloy CNC machined case
• Metal gear train
• Coreless motor
• Twin ball bearings
• Servo horns and mounting hardware

Specs:
Operating Voltage: 6~8.4v
Torque: 30kg @ 6v~40kg @ 8.4v
Speed: 0.14sec @ 6v~0.12sec @ 8.4v
Dimensions: 40.5 x 21 x 40mm
Weight: 78g
Motor: 20mm dia coreless
Working Frequency: 1520us/333Hz, 800us~2200us
Servo Plug: JR type
Servo Lead Length: 320mm

  • SKU 9355000039-0
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 164.0000
  • Packaging Length 80.00
  • Packaging Width 40.00
  • Packaging Height 60.00
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I have used these on my EF HM MXS, PAU Viper, PAU Extra 330 - all 35pcnt on the wings. Love them. Over 150 flights on each. I replaced the original grommets with some hard grommets (made from 3mm ID X 5mm OD) fuel tubing. No slop, and very precise. I am used to buying extra servos so I had bought 14pcs - instead of the 12 needed. I still have the 2pcs unused.

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I have used these on my EF HM MXS, PAU Viper, PAU Extra 330 - all 35pcnt on the wings. Love them. Over 150 flights on each. I replaced the original grommets with some hard grommets (made from 3mm ID X 5mm OD) fuel tubing. No slop, and very precise. I am used to buying extra servos so I had bought 14pcs - instead of the 12 needed. I still have the 2pcs unused.

Very powerful, good centering, but no so waterproof. Had some problems with water, splashed, not immersed! Happily the electronics was just fine after a good drying. But after just a few hours on my Yeti XL it let me down!!! The first little gear is no longer attached to the motor shaft. Tried everything that crossed my mind. Alu foil, super glue, tin, pliers... nothing worked. It is really annoying to throw away a perfectly good servo for such a crappy reason.

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Very powerful, good centering, but no so waterproof. Had some problems with water, splashed, not immersed! Happily the electronics was just fine after a good drying. But after just a few hours on my Yeti XL it let me down!!! The first little gear is no longer attached to the motor shaft. Tried everything that crossed my mind. Alu foil, super glue, tin, pliers... nothing worked. It is really annoying to throw away a perfectly good servo for such a crappy reason.

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So far using about 3 month very good condition.
My rc boat Vector hull before very difficult to handling and after using this servo handling was easier..!

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So far using about 3 month very good condition.
My rc boat Vector hull before very difficult to handling and after using this servo handling was easier..!

I made a rudimentary comparison of this servo side by side with the JR 8911HV and JR 8921HV on the bench. The Turnigy had barely noticeable more play in the gear train at neutral than the JR8921HV. I didn't detect any other differences on the bench using a Y connector and a Hitec servo tester, but nothing more sophisticated by way of test equipment. I plan to test these Turnigys out thoroughly in the air in a 3D Extra to see how well they hold up over time at 1/3rd the cost of the JRs. I'm impressed with these servos so far.

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I made a rudimentary comparison of this servo side by side with the JR 8911HV and JR 8921HV on the bench. The Turnigy had barely noticeable more play in the gear train at neutral than the JR8921HV. I didn't detect any other differences on the bench using a Y connector and a Hitec servo tester, but nothing more sophisticated by way of test equipment. I plan to test these Turnigys out thoroughly in the air in a 3D Extra to see how well they hold up over time at 1/3rd the cost of the JRs. I'm impressed with these servos so far.

An absolute beast if you need a high torque servo. Im using two on my 4ws Axial Wraith. Speed tests showed an average of .15 at 6v. Just under specs, but every servo ive ever tested has been slightly slower than rated, so im inclined to think that can be attributed to the tester. Centers very well and as others have mentioned its a 25 spline futaba.

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An absolute beast if you need a high torque servo. Im using two on my 4ws Axial Wraith. Speed tests showed an average of .15 at 6v. Just under specs, but every servo ive ever tested has been slightly slower than rated, so im inclined to think that can be attributed to the tester. Centers very well and as others have mentioned its a 25 spline futaba.

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