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Old 10-13-2011, 07:31 PM   #1
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Default MKS DS1210 Titanium Gear Standard Digital Servo

anyone use this servo before??? seems cheap priced with decent specs. I am on a little budget for my losi xxx-sct. it will be indoor on carpet only. no reviews on amain but goggled with lots of good comments on this servo.
MKS DS1210 Titanium Gear Standard Digital Servo [MKS-DS1210] | Radios & Accessories - A Main Hobbies

from mks website. cool waterproof/mudproof demo video LOL
MKS Servos USA :: RTR/RTF Servo :: DS1210 (0.12 sec/60 - 10 kg-cm (138.87 oz/in) @6V)
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Old 10-13-2011, 07:38 PM   #2
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looks decent for the price forsure,but i dont know if that one needs the pin mod like the other Ti MKS/Turnigy.

I got a turnigy HV380 off Hobbyking and love it but like i mentioned it required the pin mod due 2 of the gears are 2 gears pressed together and only one has splines on it so they dont interlock and slip.

its a simple mod but requires a drill press or mill.

theres a pictorial over on rccrawler dont know if i can post a link here,maybe i can pm it to you.
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Old 10-13-2011, 08:59 PM   #3
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seems like it would have to be somewhat legit if amain is selling the brand.
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post a link please if you got one. I'm sure badger won't mind. both sites are his
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Old 10-13-2011, 09:37 PM   #5
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K well I was wrong it was a link I found on Rccrawler so if it was ok there my guess is its ok here

Crawl ANZ • View topic - Turnigy HV-300 Servo Fix

It's exactly what I did,but the gear specified wasn't the one I had a problem with but I fixed it too.
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thanks for the link. I don't think these are the same servos so shouldn't be a problem. thinking about going for it. we will see here in next couple days lol.
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I say go for it,you won't go wrong.

May Not be the same model but same brand which means most likely same method of gear making.

Like I stated above I own the turnigy hv380 and the gears are exactly the same and a friend has a mks Hv787 or something and it's the same as mine so I would think those ti gears would be the same,might pick me one of those up for my buggy.
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also looking at
Futaba S3051HV

Futaba S3051HV Digital High Voltage Servo [FUTM0715] | Radios & Accessories - A Main Hobbies

it's a little slower than the mks but it's futaba so qaulity shouldn't be an issue
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