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Old 03-19-2005, 04:14 PM
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I bought a plane a while back that is finally ready to fly. The plane has EMS servos in it which I have never heard of. They seem to work fine but I want to put longer servo arms on them and I am wondering if a major brand servo arm would fit (Hitec or Futaba ect). Anyone ever used or have any info on them?
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hello,
i bought ems servos when i used kraft equipment they used bantam midget mechanics,if these are what you have bantam servo arms are what you need.
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Bantam? Never heard of them either, where can I get Bantam servo arms?
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ace r/c at one time carried bantam mechanics as did r/c speacialties.can you post or email me a picture so that i can tell you if they are bantam midgets.they are a good servo mechanics mine are over 20 years old and stll work fine.used them in a jetster ducted fan for years with no problems at all.
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The EMS servos I had used Kraft servo cases and gears EMS is still in business website is www.emsjomar.com
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Are you sure they are not Ems ball bearing conversions? They make them for Futabas etc and they include a new case top that says EMS.
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That could very well be. I flew the plane though with the servo arms that were on it and they were fine so I will stick wtih teh servo arms I have on them now.
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Originally Posted by Swat Cop
I bought a plane a while back that is finally ready to fly. The plane has EMS servos in it which I have never heard of. They seem to work fine but I want to put longer servo arms on them and I am wondering if a major brand servo arm would fit (Hitec or Futaba ect). Anyone ever used or have any info on them?
if you still have your EMS servos I have a few brand new ones if you’re interested? I purchased them directly from Kraft South back in 1980’s. Been stored in my garage since.

(I can post images later)
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Originally Posted by WestCoastD
if you still have your EMS servos I have a few brand new ones if you’re interested? I purchased them directly from Kraft South back in 1980’s. Been stored in my garage since.

(I can post images later)
Would love to see some pictures of them.
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Originally Posted by karolh
Would love to see some pictures of them.
give me a day, I will get back later with a few images

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