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Old 04-27-2012, 02:06 PM   #1
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Default Align HV servos, they look good!

Just found this, haven't tried them my self, but they look promising. A four pack, consisting of three cyclic BL 700H and one rudder BL 750H is $539 at GRC .

http://grandrc.com/Electronics-Servo...duct_info.html

Great price for four HV servos, IMO. Judging from my experience with 610s and 620s they should be pretty reliable servos.




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Old 04-27-2012, 03:35 PM   #2
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Hopefully they're good.

But honestly, with a little thrifty shopping, you could get a set of 3 BLS255HV's and a BLS256HV for a couple dollars more. I'd rather get the Futaba servos personally.
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Old 04-27-2012, 04:27 PM   #3
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Hopefully they're good.

But honestly, with a little thrifty shopping, you could get a set of 3 BLS255HV's and a BLS256HV for a couple dollars more. I'd rather get the Futaba servos personally.
Good point and I do love my BLS 256HV on my 700N, it is soooo quiet, but you have to admit that it's a valiant effort from Align and their servos are not bad at all, a bit noisy, but for the money you can't beat them.
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Old 04-27-2012, 06:48 PM   #4
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you can get the same set of 3cyclis and 1 tail from Outrage for less.
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Old 04-27-2012, 06:54 PM   #5
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Nice to see align getting up to speed with the market.
They look like Savox high voltage servos. I run them and have had good luck so far.

I would also say that this confirms the existence of the new 700E V3 kit as well.
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Expensive for align product.
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Old 04-28-2012, 12:50 PM   #7
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I would also say that this confirms the existence of the new 700E V3 kit as well.
one can only dream. I think I saw a post by Dino Spadaccini in the 700E forum saying that he's seen lots of good stuff coming out of Align in the near future.

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Expensive for align product.
C'mon, they're not too bad for HV servos.
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one can only dream. I think I saw a post by Dino Spadaccini in the 700E forum saying that he's seen lots of good stuff coming out of Align in the near future.



C'mon, they're not too bad for HV servos.
Epidi einai neo proion pithanon na exoun provlimata kai epidi h timi tsimbai ligo tha protimousa me ta idia lefta na agoraza ta futaba bls 255 hv h ta outrage bl 9180 pou einai kai dokimasmena kai douleuoun kala ap'oti akouo.
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Epidi einai neo proion pithanon na exoun provlimata kai epidi h timi tsimbai ligo tha protimousa me ta idia lefta na agoraza ta futaba bls 255 hv h ta outrage bl 9180 pou einai kai dokimasmena kai douleuoun kala ap'oti akouo.
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one can only dream. I think I saw a post by Dino Spadaccini in the 700E forum saying that he's seen lots of good stuff coming out of Align in the near future.



C'mon, they're not too bad for HV servos.
that is very expensive for an Align product.. not to mention that the 610s are DIRT cheap and run just fine at HV.

I love my 610s and they have proven themselves as reliable and strong.

But the Outrage Torqs are lower than what they want for a set of these.. and they are proven on performance and reliability.. I'd prolly have to either stay with my 610s. or my Torqs for super speed HV setups.
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Ah well I bought some & they look like a good bit of gear.

Seems like the ENTIRE case is alloy.
Price justified.

Test flight this weekend (if the weather gods allow)
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Ah well I bought some & they look like a good bit of gear.

Seems like the ENTIRE case is alloy.
Price justified.

Test flight this weekend (if the weather gods allow)
Excellent, let us know, how they behave, also how noisy are they?

Enjoy.
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Silent when idle, no noisier than any other servo during operation.
Definitely not as noisy as the 610's I just swapped out.
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Silent when idle, no noisier than any other servo during operation.
Definitely not as noisy as the 610's I just swapped out.
Very good, they do look like they are very nice quality servos.
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Old 05-01-2012, 08:39 PM   #15
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So who makes them? I have the HV Savox servos and they sound a lot like the Align 610s. I have herd rumor about Align using Futaba servos now.
The cases look to be plastic on the top and bottom...
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