Savox SV-1271SG Standard Digital Steel Gear Servo (High Voltage)

Savox SV-1271SG Standard Digital Steel Gear Servo (High Voltage)
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This is the Savox SV-1271SG Standard Digital Steel Gear High Voltage Servo. The SV-1271SG is a relatively lightweight servo for its size and features water proofing, steel gears, ball bearings and a fast 0.08 response time with nearly 350 ounces of torque on 7.4V 2S LiPo power.


  • Super fast for its size at .08 sec/60.
  • Super strong and precision made unique steel gears provide high level of durability and survives heavy use.
  • Coreless motor brings output performance to the top level – smoother, faster, and more efficient.
  • Special design for high voltage native 2S LiPo operation.
  • Water-proof with 4 silicon seals.
  • Our servos are totally green – from materials to production, these servos are environmentally friendly.
  • Ideal for large-scale airplane, jet, and 1/5th scale surface

Weight(g): 63.0
Speed(@6.0V sec/60): .11
Torque(@6.0V oz-in):
Speed(@7.4V sec/60): .08
Torque(@7.4V oz-in):
Unique Steel
Bearing: 2BB
Case: Aluminum
25 Tooth

This product was added to our catalog on July 3, 2013

Sunday, Aug 11 2019 (about a year ago)
Savox SV-1271SG Standard Digital Steel Gear Servo (High Voltage)
An amazing servo for the price. Huge power accompanied with a fast speed is a true win for under $100.00. They are a little noisy when centering, but you know they are working. Will be ordering a few more for my other aircraft.
Monday, Jul 7 2014 (about 6 years ago)
Savox SV-1271SG Standard Digital Steel Gear Servo (High Voltage)
Sweet Servo, coming from an ACE 1015 (.10/200 @6v) in my SCTE, I wanted something as good for steering but in an HV SG servo. This gave more noticeable speed and spec'ed to have more torque. I run it through a Futaba 4pl tx and R204GF-E rx set up for HV. It will stall on the bench even with extra cap as I'm using an MMP esc. However, set at 5.5/6v it will stall way more often. I kinda figured I may have issues and I'm NOT giving up this servo so a beefier esc or BEC is def in order soon. Servo is stupid fast for steering but like how it can be rotated into an HV throttle servo down the road for nitro.
Note* I love my HV servos for 8th scale e and nitro but shouldn't be used for 1/10th scale 2s applications.