New Spektrum A7000 Aircraft Retract Servo

Mar 14, 2011 No Comments by

 

New Spektrum A7000 Aircraft Retract Servo

When you install mechanical servos in your newest scale plane, you want to make sure the servo you use to move the retracts from full up-lock to full down-lock is up to the task. Believe me I know what happens when the servo can’t hack it! Hello me propeller if you are licky!

The new A7000 retract servo from Spektrum carries the well respected RC brand name and is fully proportional and endpoint adjustable for easy setup. When you pair it up with the correct transmitter, it is also speed adjustable as well. With a whopping 260 oz-in of torque, the A7000 can retract any mechanical gear, at whatever speed you want. Perfect for larger models with heavier wheels and gear and it durable metal gears and ball bearings give it long lasting performance.

Check it out at horizonhobby.com

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