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Servo, DS75CLHV
Price: $44.99
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The DS75CLHV is one of three ProModeler takes on the sub-micro class, which includes two others, the DS105CLHV, and DS145CLHV. Built for pure speed, this one outputs 75oz-in while transiting in a blazing 0.079sec/60° thus ensuring it handily outperforms class standbys like the Hitec HS-65MG (31oz-in and 0.11sec/60°) or HS-5070 (52oz-in and 0.12sec/60°). Our remit was simple . . . produce the best sub-micro in the world. And we believe we've succeeded with the DS75CLHV because it offers the...

Servo, DS105CLHV
Price: $49.99
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Item #: DS105CLHV -

For modelers who relish their modeling adventures at the smaller end of the scale, this sub-micro servo is a tour de force in miniaturization. We call it a sub-micro because it's frame is a bit less than 23mm long (micros are built on 29mm long frames). Equipped with two bearings where competitive units make do with one, this servo has exemplary centering due to the Japanese million-cycle Nobel potentiometer. Many look at this servo and say it's overbuilt - and it is. It's been overbuilt...

Servo, DS125CLHV
Price: $59.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: DS125CLHV -

What's this servo for? Suitable uses for a DS125CLHV include small unmanned vehicles for civilian consumer, defense contractors, and industry alike. Examples include; 1/24th scale RC crawlers Fixed-wing 3D aircraftTactical surveillance UAVs Micro rotary-wing applications Click Specs next. Specifications MIL SPEC MIL-STD-810G-Part 16 Shock - Test Method 516.6 Vibration - Test Method 514.6 Rain - Test Method 514.5 Making the ProModeler DS125CLHV better than hobby-grade servos, is it's built with...

Servo, DS125CLHV Brass Monkey
Price: $99.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: DS125CLHV-BM -

What's this servo for? if you're into weighting your SCX24 with brass (everybody doesn't but those who do, you know why), then we've just made a batch of Brass Monkeys. Basically, it's our DS125CLHV servo but instead of CNC machining the case from a billet of 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum, we started off from solid brass billets, instead. The point? 41g vs 21g, which puts an extra 20g mounted in the right place . . . low. In short, created to help increase control for pro-level SCX24 crawlers. So...