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FlyDream super-micro servos

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FlyDream have made a great impact with their 2.4 GHz radio conversion modules and receivers. The success of this low-cost conversion has made a great reputation for FlyDream - but no longer available.

FlyDream also released a range of super-micro servos that are ideal for sports use - for indoor and park flying. If you want maximum power in a tiny servo (for pylon race or for thin wings and tails in a high performance aircraft) use the Dymond D47.
  
Available with JR/Hitec plugs.

Only 3.6g FlyDream servos left:
Name
Servo weight
Weight with lead
Size
Torque
Speed
60 degrees
Dead Band
S3D6
3.6g
3.8g
19.7 x 8.3 x 24.7mm
0.45 kg/cm
0.12 secs
10-12 micro seconds


Please note that these servos were tested with an Emeter 2 - the dead band indicates the sensitivity of the servo. In other words, how much you have to move the Tx stick before the servo responds. Some cheap servos have unacceptable dead bands - you can see the control surfaces on your aircraft moving in a jerky fashion. These FlyDream servos are significantly better than other low-cost servos that have been tested. Try them - you will be pleasantly surprised.

Price for servos: $12 each