Yokomo SP-02D RWD Digital Low Profile Drift Servo

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This is the Yokomo SP-02D RWD Digital Drift Servo. This is the next-generation digital servo, exclusively designed for RWD drifting. Many RWD drift drivers may be experiencing hunting, steering shake, humming constantly and generating heat from not finding the center point with different levels of steering Gyro and servo combinations. In order to solve the problem, Yokomo investigated the root cause of this and reviewed all the details such as gears, motors, initial punch and speed required for RWD drifting and the conclusion was the SP-02D servo!

Even with the gyro gain setting up to maximum, the RWD Drift car works perfectly. Also the high response at Coreless servo will provide very smooth and quick steering for stable drifting ride at the corner. The final gear is made of aluminum and has excellent crash resistance. Easy to install in a machine with the low profile design, and the middle case is made of aluminum for high cooling performance. This is the state of art product but affordable price, the best buy item in Yokomo electric product.

Specifications:
Voltage: 4.8V~6.0V
Speed: 0.093sec/60°(6.0V)
Torque: 12kg・cm(6.0V)
Case Size: 41.0×20.2×27.0mm
Final Gear: Aluminum 25T Spline (F type)

This product was added to our catalog on March 26, 2019

Verified Owner
Thursday, Jun 13 2019 (about a year ago)
Yokomo SP-02D RWD Digital Low Profile Drift Servo
This servo I thought it may have had a malfunction, but after careful use and actually seeing it potential I find that it's quite good. Response using a Futaba 3prka seems to be slightly delayed but is to be expected and I use it on a touring car.