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MKS Servo DS1250
MKS Servo DS1250
Sale price$109.99 AUD
MKS Servo HBL960
MKS Servo HBL960
Sale price$199.99 AUD
MKS Servo HV747
MKS Servo HV747
Sale price$178.99 AUD
MKS Servo HV9930
MKS Servo HV9930
Sale price$269.99 AUD
SAVOX Black Edition Brushless High Speed Servo 2263MG
SAVOX Black Edition Low Profile Servo 9KG 1251MG
SAVOX High Torque Titanium Gear Digital ServoSAVOX High Torque Titanium Gear Digital Servo
SAVOX Std Size Servo .016 36kg Steel Gear
SAVOX Super Speed Titanium Gear Digital Servo 1258TG
SAVOX Waterproof Premium Brushless Digital
SPEKTRUM SPMAS2000 1.5g Linear Long Throw Servo
TRAXXAS Servo Sub Micro Waterproof (2065R)
WL TOYS Steering Servo Suit 35/70KMH Cars
YOKOMO S007 High Speed Digital Servo
YOKOMO SP-03DV2 Programmable Brushless Servo (Red)YOKOMO SP-03DV2 Programmable Brushless Servo (Red)
DUALSKY DS589, Ultra Troque Servo, 56g, 15kg.cm@7.4VDUALSKY DS589, Ultra Troque Servo, 56g, 15kg.cm@7.4V
DUALSKY DS8611 High Torque HV Servo, 18kg at 7.4v
E-FLITE S60 Servo, Park Flyer
E-FLITE S60 Servo, Park Flyer
Sale price$29.99 AUD
FUTABA HPS-CB700 HV1/8th Servo CNC .07 49KG @ 7.4V

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Frequently Asked Questions

An rc car servo is a device that helps control the steering and speed of an rc car. It does this by converting the electrical signal from the rc car's controller into a mechanical force that can be used to steer or drive the car. The servo contains a motor, gearbox, and sensor that allow it to accurately translate the electrical signals from the controller into precise movements of the car's steering and throttle.

Servos for radio control models can go from as little as $14.99 all the way $250. The prices depends from the application. The size and strength are the key parameter to choose a servo.

The selection of the correct rc servo is very critical. If you choose the wrong servo it may not work or fail very quickly.

The first aspect to consider is the actual space that is available within your vehicle. There are few standard sizes servos in the market.

The second factor is the strength. How much torque can the servo generate? This is often defined in KG. For pure indication an entry level rc car such a Tamiya Hornet can work just fine with 4-5kg servo. A stronger servo would make the steering moving faster and give a much better response. A good average torque for a 1/10 scale buggy can sit at around 10kg while for the 1/8 buggies it is more 20kg.