The A6110's digital precision, low deadband sensitivity and class leading .14 transit time is ideal for any 40-60 size sport aircraft. The cored motor delivers reliable power to the tight plastic gear train. Ball bearing support helps assure that accuracy continues throughout the long life of the servo. Its ability to accept the higher voltage for a 2S LiPo battery makes setup simpler and operation more efficient.
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Stevet8763.0 star rating
Review by Stevet876 on 30 Mar 2018review stating shabby arms
I bought these since they were specifically listed for the 10 cc ultra stick. They come with 3 sets of horns, two double sided and one round one, they are all too short to get full throw on the 10 cc ultra stick, Horizon Hobby recommended this servo but they are useless on this plane unless you want half throws . They are high voltage but they are plastic geared and plastic drive shaft. I should have stayed with Hitec and i will be returning all 7 of these.
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A6110 Standard Servo
Review by Small M. on 26 Mar 2015review stating A6110 Standard Servo
I've been flying RC since 1961 and was very active into the early 90's when my job and move got me out of the hobby. Fortunately, I kept all my old planes and equipment. I recently retired and decided to become active again and to teach my grandson to fly. I realized that I would need to upgrade my old 72 mHz radios to the new 2.4 gHz models so I have purchased three new Spectrum transmitters and receivers from local hobby shops. I recently purchased 7 new A6110 standard servos direct to replace some old incompatible Futaba servos so I wouldn't have to replace the connector plugs. When I went to install them, I found that some of the small hardware bags were mispacked. One servo was missing one of the rubber vibration isolators, while another was missing the four metal grommets that go into the isolators. Also, the small screws supplied to mount the servos were of poor quality and too soft. I stripped the heads off a couple of them and had to rob some of my old parts. This was when installing them in a 3/16" plywood tray with a hole just 5 thousandths smaller than the screw major diameter. This was not the result of using the wrong size Phillips driver. Other than these issues, the servos are what I expected from a standard unit. I'll be contacting Horizon tomorrow to see if they can send me the missing parts.
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