It says this servo supplies 25kg/cm at 6V.
So if the E-Revo ESC supplies 6V to this servo at the servo is therefore able to output 25kg/cm, that sounds like it will be perfect for the E-Revo single servo set-up?? Over 300 oz of torque.
Yhe standard ESC will provide a voltage which will be to low. (5,5V or 6V). With 6S there is no way to directly connect this to the LiPo. The only solution is to use an externat 7,2V BEC. Most will only work up to 5S. I however expect that You run your e-Revo with 2x3S setup. Then just connect the external BEC to one lipo!
where in the specifications above does it list the spline count of this servo? After asking the question of HK support 3 times your reply is "For the information of the items, please kindly check our product page for reference. All information about the products are listed." I am assuming this is the product page you speak off??
well i guess U don't like searching to much,
the answer is here, on this site. \for this time i ll give U the answer to a very simple www.link i use 1 to power my 3 retract wheel on my Airwolf 600, very cool cuz they're slow, giving it a realistic effect.
i orderd the Servo for my HPI Baja 5B as throttle / brake Servo because of its high strength and good speed. Before i bought it i compared it with the new Savox high voltage servo 1268sg but the savox is a little bit to weak @ 6v. So the blue bird was orderd here @ Hobbyking. Now i have a few litres driven with the car and the servo performs very well on very dusty conditions. I run it on a 5000mah 2s rx Lipo. The quality seems to be very good. I havent yet testet wet conditions, but i think it will do its job as good as in other conditions which a car can bashed in. At this moment i can full recommend it to buy! @ Hobbyking, it would be very nice if you could offer a high voltage brushless Large Scale (steering) Servo for 1/5 scale cars like the Baja -)