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Old 03-08-2013, 05:22 AM   #1
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Default parkzone servo specs on servodatabase.com?

Does anyone know how to look up the parkzone servos on servodatabase.com? I did not see a listing for ParkZone or Horizon Hobby and the Eflite page does not list any ParkZone servo p/n.
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Not there. Horizon Hobby companies do not reveal the specifications of the servos it includes with their Rx Ready or RTF models. They wouldn't want help people choose suitable servos from other companies.
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Not there. Horizon Hobby companies do not reveal the specifications of the servos it includes with their Rx Ready or RTF models. They wouldn't want help people choose suitable servos from other companies.
Well that sucks for choosing to buy their servos. If I don't know the spec I'm not likely to consider using them.
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Yeah, I'm with you there. They have some strange business practices. They have a largely positive customer service reputation but I have found it wanting on a few occasions and when I have asked for technical advice their responses always seem guarded. I like and own many of their products but their bedside manner is sometimes not too friendly.
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Default Parkzone servo spec

OK, so is there anyone who knows the specs or diifferences on the following servos? I have several of these and I am looking to repurpose them in a sailplane build.
SV80
PKZ1060
DSV130M
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From the great google:

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_10...m.htm#10065946

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=693285
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Default ParkZone Servo - Replacements.

Originally Posted by socalsteve View Post
Does anyone know how to look up the parkzone servos on servodatabase.com? I did not see a listing for ParkZone or Horizon Hobby and the Eflite page does not list any ParkZone servo p/n.
ParkZone pages keep referring to JR servo, but checking shows that relates to their digital only
LHS replaces out the two small Horizon Parkzone analogue servo e.g. T-28 aileron & Stryker aileron with Hitec HS-55 - similar size but the Hitec have a better performance.
The larger analogue servo e.g. tail Parkzone Radian is replaced with HS-81 or HS-82MG

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. Servo - Horn Arm Spline Count and Inter Brand Compatibility

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