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Old Jan 19, 2010, 01:58 PM
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Originally Posted by AC5FF View Post
Hmmm. while my Tri hasn't gotten airborne 'yet'... I put a small Futaba S3114 on my yaw arm... Power up tests are showing me that this servo is holding the motor good, and has good deflection as well... 24oz/in torque seems to be enough out of this little thing.
My Tri has an old Airtronics 94145Z that I had. It is a mini servo and has 26 in-oz of torque and a speed of .09 (5v). I am running 10x4.7 APC blades and I have watched the servo work during hover and it has no trouble making fast inputs.

I have an old GY240 gyro for the tail that I run in the heading hold mode at 100% gain.

I would say for 10” props that anything with 24 in-oz of torque or more would work ok. You might want more power if you have larger props.


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