Savox SH-0264MG Digital "High Speed" Micro Servo

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Savox SH-0264MG Digital "High Speed" Micro Servo
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This is the Savox SH-0264MG Super Speed Metal Gear Micro Digital Servo.

  • Dual ball bearings in a micro servo? Yes, that is correct 2BB in a micro!!!
  • Over-spec refined design out performs ordinary micro size servo.
  • The metal case design looks awesome and allows for cooler and smoother operating temps.
  • Metal gears form a solid framework for precise control and operation.
  • Strict production and quality control of plastic components.
  • Our servos are totally green – from materials to production, these servos are environmentally friendly.
  • Ideal for rudder servo for 250/450 class heli's, 1/16 scale surface vehicles, 3D aircraft, and park flyer airplanes.

*NOTE: Certain combinations of receiver and ESC have been found to cause "Brown Out" issues when combined with Savox servos. An external BEC, or BEC stabilizing receiver capacitor may be needed for efficient, glitch free operation in low voltage electric applications. 


  • Dimensions: 22.8X12.0X25.4mm
  • Weight: 15.0g
  • Speed:
    • @ 4.8V: .08 sec/60
    • @ 6.0V: .06 sec/60
  • Torque:
    • @ 4.8V: 11.1 oz-in
    • @ 6.0V: 16.7 oz-in
  • Gear: Metal
  • Bearing: 2BB
  • Case: Aluminum
  • Output Shaft: 21 Tooth Spline

This product was added to our catalog on July 19, 2011

Sunday, Sep 19 2021 (10 months ago)
Savox SH-0264MG Digital "High Speed" Micro Servo
Savox does make good stuff, the only reason I knocked a star off is because for literally a buck or two more, from Savox even, matching size, dual bearings, metal case and gears, you can double the torque from measly 11.2oz or whatever it is, that’s close, to 25oz in the lower 4.8 so the SH-0263MG is actually the one to get. This one has lasted me 10years (not continuously using it obviously) and after tightening the diffs and re-greasing them, along with oiling the hub bearing in my X-ray M18pro (wonderful car btw) I’ve decided this must be replaced as it’s always had a little centering due to lack of torque, and when I did put car back together it wouldn’t even turn the wheels because it was too tight, didn’t feel like it, but after loosing it up it was back to normal, still a steering servo needs to center. I’d say on a tail rotor or something like that, this would hold up nicely, or maybe something you can’t use or don’t want too much torque it’s likely a solid match up.