To the best of my knowledge there are no gears available. The centering of these servos is rather ***r, so why rebuild them. The same gear strips on every servo so there is no need to save any of it for spare parts. Just toss and reorder, or move to a better servo.
Mark, Thanks for your comments. I had some of the S3101S servos in my cart when I decided to look at servos with similar specs. I'm still leanig toward the S3101S but was hoping to fine someone who has had experience with at least two of them, preferably all three.
Have just installed a set of these servos in Hyperion Su31 e25, very smooth running, but one on elevator stipped tooth off gear on 1st flight. am absolutely sure has not been strained, suspect just a bad gear. does anyone know if I can get replacement gears for this model servo? Do Hitec fit?
got 2 of these for ailerons in my 35 nitro pitts. Initially they looked very good, strong fast quiet and centered well, after about 5 flight the gears were stripped in one of them, without any ding. Dont know if I should replace it or look for something else. its a shame because it was a nice servo and I dont want to risk my plane with it.
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12 thumbs up!
This servo has more precise movemnets than others I bought from hobbycity, like 9320, Corona and HD. The output gear is compatibile with Futaba horns. The only question is: Is it durable? Time will say.
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11 thumbs up!
These servos work great, they are a solid, had no slop and centered better than many other servos in this price range. I can't vouch for how long they will last, but so far so good. I am happy with them and will order more for some of my other projects.
This particular set went into a GP Edge 540T 50" and fit the slots perfectly without any extra cutting.
As others have mentioned they are comparable to the Hitec HS-81.
5 Stars easy.
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7 thumbs up!
forget the HS81 , this is better faster and quieter , and much cheaper , well done HC