Savox SH-0256 Digital "Ultra Torque" Micro Servo

Savox SH-0256 Digital "Ultra Torque" Micro Servo
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This is the Savox SH-0256 Micro Digital Ultra Torque Servo.

  • Over-spec refined design out performs ordinary micro size servo
  • The Aluminum Case design looks good and allows for lower operating temperatures
  • Precision metal gears forms a strong and solid framework
  • Strict production and quality control of plastic components
  • Totally Green – from materials to production, these servos are environmentally friendly
  • Idea for CCPM and Rudder on 450 class heli's and Park Flier Airplane's

*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. 


  • Speed @ 6.0V: 0.16 sec/60°
  • Torque @ 6.0V: 63 oz-in / 4.6 kg-cm
  • Weight: 15.8g
  • Bearing: Single
  • Type: Micro Plus    
  • Gear: Half Metal
  • Case: Aluminum
  • Output Shaft: 21T Spline 
  • Case Size (LxWxH): 22.8x12x29.4mm
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Wednesday, Dec 14 2011 (about 9 years ago)
Savox SH-0256 Digital "Ultra Torque" Micro Servo
One ridiculously high torque little servo. This servo will operate mechanical brakes in my 1/8 brushless monster truck. I thought I'd need a decent amount of torque and when I looked at the specs for the standard sized servo that used to operate the brakes, it turns out that this micro servo actually has more torque. I'm replacing a standard sized servo that had 49oz-in of torque at 6v with a micro servo that has 63oz-in of torque at 6v. The final gear/output shaft is plastic, which is the only downfall in my opinion. However, this servo is very low priced. The aluminum mid-case is a very nice feature, and I doubt that any company other than Savöx puts aluminum mid-cases on servos of this price. The servo is rated as 0.16sec/60° but I think it is a bit faster, at least with no load. I was using a voltage regulator, so it was running on exactly 6v, and I still think it was faster than 0.16sec/60°.