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Old 06-05-2012, 04:38 PM   #21
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They are different specs, but it's not by much. The Torq's I got from servo db and the MKS weren't up there so I got the info from Nankin.

Torq 9180
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Modulation: Digital
Torque:
6.0V: 183.2 oz-in (13.19 kg-cm)
7.4V: 226.3 oz-in (16.29 kg-cm)
8.4V: 245.7 oz-in (17.69 kg-cm)
Speed:
6.0V: 0.13 sec/60
7.4V: 0.11 sec/60
8.4V: 0.10 sec/60
Weight: 2.15 oz (61.0 g)


Torq 9188
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Torque:
6.0V: 61.8 oz-in (4.45 kg-cm)
7.4V: 76.3 oz-in (5.50 kg-cm)
8.4V: 83.3 oz-in (6.00 kg-cm)
Speed:
6.0V: 0.05 sec/60
7.4V: 0.04 sec/60
8.4V: 0.03 sec/60
Weight: 2.15 oz (61.0 g)

MKS HBL 950
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Operating Speed (5V) 0.12 sec/60 degrees at no load
Operating Speed (7.4V) 0.10 sec/60 degrees at no load
Stall Torque (6V) 13.3 kg.cm (174.70 oz/in)
Stall Torque (7.4V) 16.5 kg.cm (229.14 oz/in)
Weight 70.29 g (2.48 oz)

MKS HBL 980
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Operating Speed (6V) 0.04 sec/60 degrees at no load
Operating Speed (7.4V) 0.036 sec/60 degrees at no load
Stall Torque (6V) 4.5 kg.cm (62.5 oz/in)
Stall Torque (7.4V) 5.6 kg.cm (77.77 oz/in)
Weight 70.29 g (2.48 oz)

The only thing that is substantially different is the weight. I have a 9180 sitting out right now at home. I can weigh it later. The only thing I don't like about the outrage servos is the case screws. They are cheap and can be easily stripped if not using precaution
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Old 06-06-2012, 07:36 AM   #22
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What about the Hv bl servos from gaui?

Gs-503 ,100$ and gs-504, 109$

I saw that they are for sale already

http://www.dronesvision.com/gaui-922...ervo-for-ccpm/
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Old 06-06-2012, 09:45 AM   #23
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kind of hard to say if they are any good or not. being brand new and all if you buy those your the crash test dummy.

i dont like to buy any thing that has not been out at least a year. or has a proven track record of being 100% awesome..
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Old 06-06-2012, 10:19 AM   #24
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Yeah that's a good point,

I've had the same outrage torq 9180, 9181 on 2 different helis for about 2 years now.

Best servos I ever had, tail servo is crazy good.

They still have zero slop, I changed the gears 1 time, but I bet I have over 600 flights on them with zero issues. I even ran 3s to them on accident and there fine, that was over a year ago.

I flown a few different servos and it does affect the way the heli flies, manly because you can dial up the gain with out I'll effects.
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Old 06-06-2012, 10:31 AM   #25
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well when i get new ones ill probably get the torque servos. for the money they do seem like the way to go.
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Old 06-07-2012, 03:43 PM   #26
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I flown a few different servos and it does affect the way the heli flies, manly because you can dial up the gain with out I'll effects.
Which gain? Pot1?
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Old 06-08-2012, 09:17 PM   #27
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I have to recommend MKS's BLS-970 servos on cyclic for blistering speed and the BLS-980 on the tail for precise, rock solid holding power. I think these are some of the best servos available for this particular model.
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