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PostSubject: futaba servos   Sun 20 Apr 2014, 11:42 am

Just received 4 futaba 3003 servos from a u k eBay supplier all brand new with full set of output arms and mountings. Checked them all and work OK.  Very Happy 
£14.50 with free postage .

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PostSubject: Re: futaba servos   Sun 20 Apr 2014, 12:00 pm

Bargain!!
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PostSubject: Re: futaba servos   Sun 20 Apr 2014, 6:10 pm

Yeah, I thought they might come without output arms but was,t concerned because I have loads already. Smile I tested them with light pressure on the arms and theyvdidn,t stall so I guess they are OK. I know they are pretty basic but for general sport flying I,be found them OK. The site does other, more advanced and digital at inexpensive prices too. Very Happy can fit out a standard plane with flaps for less than £25. Bravo just need to find a source of cheap futaba receivers now cos at £54 they are a bit pricey.

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PostSubject: Re: futaba servos   Sun 20 Apr 2014, 9:19 pm

Please check centre position of these servos, I got some at a similar price a year ago, turned out to be clones of genuine Futaba 3003, would not return to centre position at all. Just my pennyworth.

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PostSubject: Re: futaba servos   Sun 20 Apr 2014, 9:40 pm

grounded wrote:
Yeah, I thought they might come without output arms but was,t concerned because I have loads already. Smile I tested them with light pressure on the arms and theyvdidn,t stall so I guess they are OK. I know they are pretty basic but for general sport flying I,be found them OK. The site does other, more advanced and digital at inexpensive prices too. Very Happy can fit out a standard plane with flaps for less than £25. Bravo just need to find a source of cheap futaba receivers now cos at £54 they are a bit pricey.


I moved to HITEC gear, so I have loads of fasssst futaba receivers if your interested in a bit of bartering Dave, pm me mate! Got a few good 35 PCM jobbies too if anyone uses a em.......
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