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URC Newsbot - 12.19.12, 6:40 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote
Sav÷x introduce several new servos in the form of the SA-1258TG, SA-0220MG and SA-0320 servo. Starting with the SA-1258TG (0.08s/12.0kg-cm), the servo features a reduced height of 37.2mm, comes with dual ball bearings and titanium and aluminium gear set. Originally designed for aircraft applications the servo will also do well in many 1/10th on-road and off-road applications. The SV-0220MG (0.13s/8kg-cm) and SV-0320 (0.13s/6kg-cm) are standard size servos with the 0220MG sporting a metal gear set while the 0320 comes with plastic gears. Both are ideally suited to upgrade steering and throttle servos of RTR cars and the like and are usable with 6.0V to 7.4V input.

Source: CML Distribution [cmldistribution.co.uk]


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Drewderzslash - 12.24.12, 9:42 am Post #2: | Reply With Quote
NOTICE:
I just talked to joel at Savox and he told me this:

"SA- A=Aircraft primary application;
SH- H=Heli primary application;
SC- C=Cyclic/Car primary application;
SV- V= High Voltage primary application"

I was curious why they released an SA1258tg when it has the same specs as the SC1258TG, ^ was his explanation, so pay attention when you buy a savox servo guys!!!
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User Unrelated - 12.24.12, 9:57 am Post #3: | Reply With Quote
The SA 1258 is only 2.8mm shorter... nothing to really call home about, but I guess it could come in handy somewhere.
Too bad they can't pack the performance that servo offers into a low-profile
that's what I'll be waiting for...
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Drewderzslash - 12.24.12, 1:32 pm Post #4: | Reply With Quote
User Unrelated said
The SA 1258 is only 2.8mm shorter... nothing to really call home about, but I guess it could come in handy somewhere.
Too bad they can't pack the performance that servo offers into a low-profile
that's what I'll be waiting for...
NO, same dimensions oddly enough.

http://www.savoxtech.com.tw/_english...ail.php?SID=31

http://www.savoxtech.com.tw/_english...il.php?SID=125
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AbSoLooT - 1.03.13, 10:22 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
Thats good. Cuz Savox and most other servos requires me to mod my Front Protrac Towers on my Stampede 2wds to fit em. Being alittle shorter, will require me to skip this step. Sweet.
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