Savox's SC-1258TG Black Edition Standard Digital "High Speed" Titanium Gear Servo features a sleek black aluminum center case with laser etched details, as well as a shorter 200mm long heavy duty wire. The SC-1258TG is a great choice for 600 to 700 class heli cyclic applications, as well as 1/10 electric off road steering.
- Black aluminum center case.
- Shorter 200mm black shielded lead wire.
- Combines leading edge technology with super high 12 bit (4096) resolution and titanium gears.
- Super light-weight.
- Coreless motor provides high speed, incredible efficiency, and low power consumption.
- Titanium gears ensure long life and durability.
- The aluminum case design not only looks good but also allows for cooler operating temps.
- Our servos are totally green – from materials to production, these servos are environmentally friendly.
- Ideal for 600 to 700 class heli cyclic or 1/10 electric off road
*NOTE: Certain combinations of receiver and ESC have been found to cause "Brown Out" issues when combined with Savox servos. An external BEC, or BEC stabilizing receiver capacitor may be needed for efficient, glitch free operation in low voltage electric applications.
- Dimensions: 40.3x20.2x37.2mm
- Weight: 52.4g
- @4.8V: .10 sec/60
- @6.0V: .08 sec/60
- @4.8V: 133.3 oz-in
- @6.0V: 166.6 oz-in
- Gear: Titanium & Aluminum
- Bearing: 2BB
- Case: Aluminum
- Output Shaft: 25 Tooth Spline
- Frequency: 250-333hz
- Pulse Width Frequency: 1520
- Update, after 4 race days and no hard impacts that would have damaged this servo while no power is turned on and I turn the wheels left/right by hand there is a gritty grinding feeling coming out of the servo. I took it apart and there are no bad gears or visible damage so I can't really fix anything. I posted on the 22 Empire FB page and it looks like others have had this issue. The servo still works when powered on but I don't have high hopes this thing will last long. I know it's on the cheaper end of servos but still it should last more than 4 race days. I'd spend some extra cash and get a protek servo. That's what I'll be doing once this thing craps out.