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New F5j servo from Kingmax

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A brand new servo from Kingmax designed for F5j Esoaring models but of course has many other applications - a good one being smaller slope soarers.

Crossing the boundary between the larger 23g wing servos (sometimes overkill) and the sub micro 10g wing servos (often very much underkill) the brand new CLS0408W weighs in at a mere  15g yet can deliver 4kg of torque and features a tough all metal hard anodized gear train.

When designing the CLS0408W we wanted a traditional fully cased servo,  rather than have an external oversized motor layout. We simply wanted to make a smaller lighter version of our highly successful and best selling CLS0612W and CLS0512W and we did it.  We kept to the popular multi-voltage operation so you can run the new CLS0408W directly on 5v through to 8.4v making it highly flexible.

For superlight models the new CLS0408W can be used on flaps as well as ailerons but for all round models the CLS0612W or CLS0512W on flaps and CLS0408W on ailerons will make an unbeatable combination.

We now have 100pcs on order with Kingmax so the new CLS0408W will be available for sale very soon. Price will be £31.

**forgot to say they will come with 50mm servo leads. Less weight neater installation. **



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Marc Sinclair

Sounds great thermaldoctor.

Do/can  BARCS members get a discount by any chance? 





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