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The CLS0911W servo by Kingmax

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With the new Kingmax servos coming into stock very shortly it is now appropriate to start introducing each one of these excellent servos to you in a bit more detail. Kingmax servos are popular in Germany and are used by pilots in the National German F5j team so quality and performance are assured. 

 

The CLS0911W

 

For:      F3f  flaps  F3f ailerons          All round  slope & F3x wing servo

 

This is a powerful 10mm CNC alloy cased servo perfect for demanding F3x applications. Reaching an average of 9kg torque with 0.11s speed, the CLS0911W  features a coreless motor and is capable of multi-voltage operation from 4.8v through to 8.4v.

With a double ballraced output shaft and hard anodized steel gears it makes an ideal F3f flap servo or any application where a thin strong powerful servo is needed.

Identical in size and dimension to the KST X10 and the now discontinued MKS 6125, the Kingmax CLS0911W  will fit perfectly into exactly the  same servo frames including the Servorahmen IDS system which we also stock.

The complete servo set comes in a clear hard plastic case and with a selection of good quality well proportioned plastic servo horns and a CNC anodized alloy servo horn. 

Price is £28 which is very competitive  for such a high quality high performance servo. This is approximately 30% - 55% cheaper than similar products from other brands

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simon_t

Looks interesting.  What spline does it have? - KST, MKS or something different?

Simon

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thermaldoctor

Hi Simon splines are identical to KST X10 and X10 mini

Regards

Neil

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