The EcoPower 827 12g Digital Metal Gear Micro Servo is an affordable, high voltage "mighty micro" upgrade. This servo is a great choice for the Dig/Shift servo in the Axial SCX10 III, as well as a Dig servo in the Axial Capra. The servo saver adapter is included! Plus, true high voltage compatibility means no more complicated wiring to protect your accessory servos when running a high voltage steering servo.
The 827 can also be used as a steering servo upgrade for the Axial SCX24 when combined with the optional Samix Mount (SAMSCX24-6068E-BK), or Hot Racing Servo Mount (HRASXTF24M01). The 827 holds 15% more torque than other optional SCX24 servo upgrades on the market and is the first to offer high voltage for under $15.
The EcoPower 827 fits a wide range of micro servo applications, including the Losi Mini-T 2.0 and Mini-B, Axial 1/18 Yeti Jr, a multitude of aircraft and many others. The servo features a durable metal gear train, digital circuitry for increased efficiency and reliability, servo saver adapter and servo horns.
- High Voltage Micro Servo
- Upgrade for SCX10 III Dig and Shift Servo (direct replacement for SX107 servo - SPMSSX107)
- Upgrade for Capra Dig Servo
- Upgrade for SCX24 Steering Servo (requires Hot Racing or Samix Servo Mount)
- Includes Servo Saver Output Adapter for SCX10 III and Capra
- Metal Gears
- 275mm Servo Lead
- Operating Voltage: 6.0V to 8.4V
- Operating Speed:
- @6.0V: 0.12 sec/60
- @8.4V: 0.10 sec/60
- @6.0V: 29.1oz-in (2.1kg-cm)
- @8.4V: 37.5oz-in (2.7kg-cm)
- Weight: 12g
- Gears: Metal
- Spline: 20T
- Motor Type: Cored DC
- Application: Small Scale Surface & Air
- EcoPower 827 Servo
- Molded adaptor for Axial Servo Saver Horn w/12mm flat head screw
- Molded servo horns w/M2.5 Mounting Screw
This product was added to our catalog on August 16, 2021
EDIT: updating this review to add that amain’s support rocks! I left the review above recently and amain support contacted me shortly after. I was sent another servo without question and didn’t even ask for it.
As for the performance of this servo, in this price range, you won't find a faster servo, or one with more torque, especially if you can run this at the max 8.4v. Here is a vid of this servo running off the wimpy stock SCX24 ESC...
So, adding a Furitek ESC, and running the BEC @7.4v would make this servo faster, with more torque. And even as is, it has plenty, especially considering I have a ton of scrub steer on this truck with Treal +5mm hubs and RC4WD stamped steel wheels with the hub mounted reversed to give a wider track width.
Just get this if you have an SCX24. You won't be at all disappointed. But make sure to get the Hot Racing mount (HRASXTF24M01). I hear the Samix one doesn't work as well with this servo.
Arrived dead! Ordered a few months back, finally getting to new build, only to find servo doesn't work straight out of the box.
I tried one of these with the SCX24 but unlike the EMAX, the main gear is much larger so it’s incompatible with the stock servo horn/saver and the aftermarket aluminum servo horns I tried. Also the servo lead is tight to the frame and rubs a little.
After upgrading my ESC/motor, I finally got around to hooking up the dig and shift servos, they were already working fine before disconnecting, and I had the endpoints set (plus the servo savers installed) and both are burned out. The servos just twitch. Thankfully I had the spare from the SCX24 and was able to get shift back online. For $15, it’s not the end of the world, but still not great.