Old 04-04-2010, 12:45 PM
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summerwind
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Default RE: What is the deal with Futaba 3305 servos?


ORIGINAL: ChuckW

So if they can;t be used in airplanes, then why does GP recommend them for some of their planes? http://manuals.hobbico.com/gpm/gpma1412-manual.pdf

The chart is pretty clear, just curious.
i saw that too.
they're definately a good deal and strong for the price.
i did read on FG that the gears are not hard and develop slop after being used for a while in an airplane.
i bought one for throttle on a big scale model and then i stumbled onto the threads saying they get sloppy after use.
it sold for almost what i paid for it, but it was an RC Car guy who bought it.

Futaba should be more specific with there servo applications.