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2018-07-07, 21:07 by Gary M Jones

I was at the field today between 14:00 & 15:00 all on my own , good flying too. There is a dead sheep along the fence line towards the gate from the pits, I saw the farmer so reported this to her. I hope no one had plans for a BBQ Smile .

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Post by Peter Squire on 2012-01-02, 16:41

Can anybody recommend a decent micro servo 10gram approx that center well and dont jitter

Ive bought a World Models Melting E.P and i can't decide what would we be the best servos for it

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Post by Allan Patrick on 2012-01-02, 19:20

Personally, I would go for somethiing like this: -

http://www.brchobbies.com/?page=shop&action=additem&item=805

Being metal geared they resist stripping when a control surface gets a knock and are notably better than the cheapos without being unduly expensive for the value of an airframe. I've used them and quite happy with them

Looks a nice plane btw
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Post by Marty on 2012-01-02, 21:01

Personally, I would go with Hyperion DS09 SCD in the wings. The DS09 is currently the best DLG wing servo available. There is an airtronics equivalent, the 94802.

For the rudder I would use the futaba s3154 or jr DS385 or DS318. Tough digitals.

For the elevator pretty much anything decent will do. If you want to go digi full house, I would go with the jr DS318 as it is smaller and lighter than the 3154 and 385.

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Post by Mark Barnes on 2012-01-02, 23:22

Hi tec HS65's will do the job fine no need to go to mad

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Post by Marty on 2012-01-03, 02:03

Mark Barnes wrote:Hi tec HS65's will do the job fine no need to go to mad

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The specs on those are 11.2 gms, but half the price! if a couple of gm's isn't an issue then yeah, I agree with mark Smile
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Post by Tim on 2012-01-03, 06:18

Another vote for Hitecs here.
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Post by Andy Sayle on 2012-01-03, 11:15

HS65 servos are great little things. Remarkably tough gear wise, and not bad centring/resolution. If you want to spend more money, you can get a digital version with metal gears. I used them in my Rocket plane and they were excellent.

I've also got a few of the Hyperion DS09 servos, three in my Green pylon racer (they are marvellous, really tight gearbox, dead accurate and loads of power. the only downside is they are a little bit slow if you are using the full servo travel to obtain small control throws).

The Hitec HS45s are alright too. Not quite as good as the HS65 in terms of centring and resolution, but the geartrain is about as tough as you can get in a tiny servo.

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Post by Peter Squire on 2012-01-03, 12:30

Thank you all for you help, HS65's it is Very Happy

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Post by Brian Colclough on 2012-01-03, 12:41

Get em mail order Pete What a Face

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Post by Andy Sayle on 2012-01-03, 13:24

Phoenix model products and Steve Webbs usually have the best prices on the HS65s i have found in the past by the way, especially if ordering more than one Smile

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