Operating Voltage: 4.8-6.0V
PWM Input Range: Pulse Cycle 20~2ms, Positive Pulse 1~2ms
STD Direction: Counter Clockwise / Pulse Traveling 1500 to 1900sec
Stall Torque: â‰§10 kgf.cm (139 oz/in) at 4.8V, â‰§12 kgf.cm (166.8 oz/in) at 6V
Operating Speed: 0.22 sec/ 60 at no load at 4.8V, 0.19 sec/ 60 at no load at 6V
Weight: 70g (2.76 oz)
Size: 49.2 x 25.3 x 43 mm
Plug Available: FUT, JR
Special Feature: Heavy Duty Plastic Gear, Heatsink, 2pcs Ball Bearing, Water Resistance
High value but price is cheap Servo my friends use for trucking car it can move front wheel with fine situationHuge torque, good middle tracking, some conversion, and its nr.1. for 1/5 scale cars.In response to the first review on this page: Very "analogue"
Wow, such a big servo at this price - this is very interesting, i thought. It runs very smooth and you get many horns within the package. The problem is that the servo might have 12kg - but you'll reach it only if you move your stick heavily."
There is this thing called exponential and when you use it the right way it will increase the sensitivity of your movements!!!!!how is this i was thinkin geting mabe 2 for a home made out metal and chain saw motor wonderd if be a nuff power thanksWow, such a big servo at this price - this is very interesting, i thought. It runs very smooth and you get many horns within the package. The problem is that the servo might have 12kg - but you'll reach it only if you move your stick heavily. If you make small movements, the servo will do nothing under load. So i call it very "analogue". You can get so much better performance with the MG996R/MG946R, which costs nearly the same, is digital, and has full torque even on the smallest stick movements (by the way, the MG996R/MG946R has metall gears and is smaller than the Vigor)