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    FUTABA SERVO BLS 452 MG DIGITAL BRUSHLESS in carden yak 89"

    I have a question for these servos. FUTABA SERVO BLS 452 MG DIGITAL BRUSHLESS.

    I saw on internet that these are made for car use.

    This is the Futaba BLS452 Brushless Digital High Torque, High Speed Servo. BLS452 is designed for steering in nitro or electric on and off-road vehicles

    Can i use it in my hangar 9 YAK 54 89" ?

    Or should i get some other servos for airplane use?

    thank you

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    RE: FUTABA SERVO BLS 452 MG DIGITAL BRUSHLESS in carden yak 89"

    Quoting from theFutaba website:
    Futaba BLS 451 Brushless Servos Review
    "What the BLS 451 is for
    Usually servos fit into a category that makes them easy to select for a given use, but the BLS 451 is an exception to the rules thanks to its specifications. Futaba and Tower Hobbies advertise the 451 as a premium steering servo for vehicles, and I have no doubts about its capabilities in that regard.

    The 451's two limiting factors are its torque and its price. With these factors in mind, the BLS 451 would work well for control surface use where 150 in./oz. is enough, and when it is important to have the absolute best mix of speed and power available. These applications include single use on the elevators of aerobatic aircraft up to 33% and dual use on ailerons of aerobatic aircraft up to 35%. It would of course also yield excellent results for any smaller size aircraft in the .60-1.80 size. Finally, it would of course serve well for use in what it was designed for - competition steering servos for larger vehicles.


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