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Old 01-15-2020, 08:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What are some good brushless servo options which fit into the frames (I.e. tail)? Thanks...
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Any standard size servo will fit. I have Savox SB-2282sg brushless cyclics and a BK DS7006HV tail servo . The tail servo may take a few strokes with a sanding block or file but they honestly fit easily enough. much easier to open a hole up slightly than to try and make it smaller!
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Futaba 451s/251T, fit great, fly/work great!! Two 600se's and one Gob700, many years, not one issue.

Old school I suppose, but what reliable workhorses!
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those are whats in mine.. only 6v but work great for me.
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Bk fit perfectly. No spacers or weird stuff needed.

For the tail the full size bk in a smaller case really helps clear the tight framed.

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I run the BK 7005 works great.

If you want to talk about old-school I have Futaba 9252 in my 6s 600, I couldn’t ask for a better flying helicopter
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What are some good brushless servo options which fit into the frames (I.e. tail)? Thanks...
Xpert has several brushless options available:

https://www.xpert-rc-us.com/
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I'm thinking about rebuilding my 600, and no way to get gears for jr mp70 old school but ultra precise servos.
As the esc is a jive 80 Lvbec, I'm planning to go align 615.
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I'm thinking about rebuilding my 600, and no way to get gears for jr mp70 old school but ultra precise servos.
As the esc is a jive 80 Lvbec, I'm planning to go align 615.
https://www.ebay.ie/itm/J-R-Servo-Ge...MAAOSwNlldhkOx
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Old 02-11-2020, 11:34 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Thanks 🙂
Seen a few remaining gear sets,but what about the next crash?
Don't know....
Ps: and would also like to have some more speed on the swash

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get some modern servos.. the 615's are fine, but outdated.. yea, 6 volts is fine, but promodelers or kst 725's are great budget servos.. prob only cost a little bit more than the 615's and gear sets are easy to find.. and if you ever change the esc to an HV, you already have the HV servos. speed up the bec past 6v and the servos really start to move.
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Old 02-12-2020, 05:28 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Ton's of choices for servos. If you want to keep the price down these Savox SV1273TG are metal gears, light, fast and high voltage. Only 56 grams.
https://www.savoxusa.com/collections...-digital-servo

Or this Savox 2275MG (69 grams) again metal gears, light, fast and high voltage.
This site is in Canadian currency. https://www.thehelihangar.ca/collect...-digital-servo

Savox has lots of choices. I have been running the Savox 1258TG in both of my Synergy E5S & E5SS they have worked great for years.

If you want higher end MKS550LX (57.8 grams) or MKS599SL (53.5 grams). I have these in a few Helis and they work great.

This site is in Canadian currency.
https://www.thehelihangar.ca/collect...50lx-mks-servo

This site is in Canadian currency.
https://www.thehelihangar.ca/collect...99sl-mks-servo
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Seen a few remaining gear sets,but what about the next crash?
Don't know....
Ps: and would also like to have some more speed on the swash
Yup, I hear ya. I am running some Airtronics 94774 digital corless servos in my 2 Logo 550's . Excellent servos and great performance but tough to find anything for as the servo is discontinued now. I shall keep flying them for now as they work great.
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What are some good brushless servo options
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For the tail the full size bk in a smaller case really helps clear the tight framed.
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I run the BK 7005 works great. [...] I have Futaba 9252 in my 6s 600, I couldn’t ask for a better flying helicopter
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but promodelers or kst 725's are great budget servos..
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If you want to keep the price down these Savox SV1273TG are metal gears, light, fast and high voltage. Only 56 grams.
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I am running some Airtronics 94774 digital corless servos


To actually answer the question:
I've swapped my L700 from BK DS-7002HV to KST MS2208 V1 half a year ago, they seem to be a very decent servo for the price. Brushless motor, hall sensor, so no carbon/brushes to wear down. So far, I'm very impressed. May swap my remaining helis to KST over time as well if these last.

Regarding tail servo, I swear by the good old BLS 256. Best tail servo I have ever flown.
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Old 02-13-2020, 04:06 AM   #15 (permalink)
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I use the Savox SB-2272MG. I have been using for several years and works really good.
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Also the new Torq Servos BLS 2208

https://www.helidirect.com/products/...pUcksifQ%3D%3D
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These I suggested are brushless, strong and light.

MKS550LX (57.8 grams) or MKS599SL (53.5 grams).

For tail servo the MKS HBL 980 is a great choice.

https://www.mksservosusa.com/product...&cat=19&page=1
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To actually answer the question:
I've swapped my L700 from BK DS-7002HV to KST MS2208 V1 half a year ago, they seem to be a very decent servo for the price. Brushless motor, hall sensor, so no carbon/brushes to wear down. So far, I'm very impressed. May swap my remaining helis to KST over time as well if these last.

Regarding tail servo, I swear by the good old BLS 256. Best tail servo I have ever flown.
I agree Futaba BLS hard to beat.
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I'm not sure if they're available in the US, but GDW servo's are good bang for the buck (~60 euros/~65USD)
Many of the pilots from taiwan use them, including CD, so they can take a beating.
I'm using them in my logo 550 without problems, should be similar for the logo 600

BLS892MG-HV (swash)
BLS 895MG-HV (tail)

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Speed and torque:

18Kg.cm/0.10sec./60°@6.0V

23Kg.cm/0.08sec./60°@7.4V

26Kg.Cm/0.07sec./60°@8.4V

Dimensions: 40,5x21x39mm

Weight: 77g

Motor: Brushless / 17x18mm

Case: full Aluminium

Gears: full Metal - Steel

Horn Type: 25T - 5,9mm
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Old 02-23-2020, 08:31 PM   #20 (permalink)
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I just picked up some Futaba bls451’s anyone tried these
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