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How do I choose the
right servo for my RC vehicle?
Consider the weight of
your vehicle and the level of precision you need. Since there are
various sizes and specs available, be sure to check the
specifications tab on the product’s page.
Can I use any servo
brand with my RC vehicle?
Choosing an RC servo
from the same brand as your vehicle is a failproof way to ensure
compatibility. That said, some brands may be interchangeable with
Will these fit my car?
Method 1 (recommended)
The quickest and easiest way to see if a product/part will fit your car is to use the parts finder where you can
easily Shop by model.
The other way is to find the SKU (part number) in your model's manual. Most RC cars even come with an exploded view
which will make locating the correct part number easy.
Method 3 (for aftermarket parts)
Besides reading the products title for your model the only other way (unless you can tell purely from the image) is
by measuring parts. This is sometimes impossible for some parts (like suspension arms and hubs) but can be very
easy for parts like:
If you've tried all methods above and you're still scratching your head, then it might be time to
contact the experts. If you do, please be ready with all the
information you already know like SKU, brand, model and if you don't know any of them, make sure you send a picture
of the part you need and the car you have.
How do I know the size?
There are various sizes & specs listed under the specifications tab on the product's page.
If the specific size or measurement you're looking for isn't there then press the "Request Info" button on the
product page (located just under the add to cart button) and we'll get it for you.
What is the kg rating?
The kg rating is how much weight the servo can pull up vertically when attached 1cm out from the centre of the
For example, if we have 10kg servo, and install the linkage only 0.5cm from the centre of the spline then the servo
can actually pull/push 20kg for the same reason it's easier to remove a bolt with a long spanner than a short
Further out from the centre of the servo = more travel, less torque. Closer to the centre of the servo = more
torque, less travel.