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Dec 31, 2010, 05:58 PM
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6125 MKS Servos


In addition to our fine line of servo offerings SoaringUSA will be the North American distributor for MKS servos.
We have tested these servos for a few months prior to the release of this fine product. I strongly suggest you try some for yourself, as we are very impressed!
We also have servo frames, metal arms, and RDS yokes for these available!

See these Here:

Make sure to watch the video demos on these servos! You will see very quickly why we are excited about this product!

Make sure to come by our "MEGA" bling booth at the AMA show Jan 7,8, and 9.
See these servos, and many, many new models we will be releasing for 2011!

And lastly,
I want to take this opportunity to thank every one for their continued support, and wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

Best wishes,
Bob Breaux and SoaringUSA Team
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Dec 31, 2010, 10:49 PM
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Jan 01, 2011, 01:37 PM
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I am liking the looks of these so much that I'll be using them in my next model... for which I'm currently working on getting the funds together... Could these be the next Volz servos... it will be interesting.

Bob... these are almost... but not perfectly... identical in size to a DS-168. Will the frames fit?
Jan 01, 2011, 05:17 PM
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6125 Frames

Hi Jack,
No, 168/5125 frames won't fit, we have wooden CNC frames for these in stock for $9.95 that really fit perfect. The 6125, and the 6125mini each have their own frame.

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Jan 02, 2011, 07:49 AM
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Yes they are...

So also on the European market they appeared last month....
and they look really great, stiff and strong bearing and gears.

Therefore we decided to come up with some "easy to assemble" RDS frames.
Here they are..... They fit for the 6125 ....

Ill bring some samples with me to the Gator...(7weeks to go....)

Happy new year...
Sven Hollenbeck
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Jan 02, 2011, 09:46 AM
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Nice work Sven!
Jan 02, 2011, 12:53 PM

6125 servo

How thick is the RDS pocket for your 11 mm RDS system? I'm assuming that is the system you show on the 6125MK.
Jan 02, 2011, 04:12 PM
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Nice thing about that type of frame is that it will fit both the longer 6125, and the shorter 6125 mini, I would think.
If you are going RDS, that is.
Jan 02, 2011, 06:19 PM
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The arm is 2.90mm diametre.
Our pockets are made of one layer glassfibre and one 24k carbonroving vaccum bagged on an aluminum core.

Total thickness is about 4mm.
The width range is from 10-22mm.

That's the reason we do not offer those pockets. Everybody has his own whishes....

Jan 02, 2011, 08:54 PM
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Gday all,
I have been very lucky and got my hands on a pair of the DS6125 a couple of months ago.
I got them about a month before my Xplorer 4.0 V-tail arrived, so I had around 4weeks of playing with them on the bench.
The first thing I observed about this servos was the tightness of their gears. The tightest I have ever seen in a wing servo.
The second thing I found is they have excellent centering and are the most accurate wing servo I have ever tried.
The other thing that won't go un-noticed is the super sexy all CNC Aluminum case. Think I will have to get myself some of Merrill s clear servo covers to show off the bling.
Also under load they produce much less heat then the 378 on my servo tester.
So after running them for about 8hours I dropped them into my flaps on my new V-tail Xplorer.
WOW, I have found my new wing servo! Just placed my order for some more.
I am blown away by these servos on my flaps, they are the most precise wing servo I have ever tried.
I also love the wooden frames. I had some issues with my 378 plastic frames. I found they caused a small amount of movement of the servo in the frame.
By only having two mounting screws this seemed to allow the servo to rotate just a little and created a small amount of slop at the flap on my model.
So now with 4 days of airtime over the past couple of weeks under their belt they are still living up to all my dreams!
I am also looking forward to trying the Mini for my ailerons on my Fosa.
Jan 02, 2011, 08:59 PM
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Looks very nice guys!!!
Jan 02, 2011, 11:33 PM
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Are the mini's insufficient for flaps on 3M planes, like an F3B plane?

Jan 02, 2011, 11:47 PM
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Originally Posted by target
Are the mini's insufficient for flaps on 3M planes, like an F3B plane?
They should work.
These servos are very strong and if the mini is anything like the std, they will work.
T, I will let you know once I've played with them.
CU at the AMA show,
Jan 02, 2011, 11:51 PM
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Roger that, see U there.
Jan 03, 2011, 11:31 AM


Will your 11 mm system work with a DES 448BB servo?

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