Spektrum RC S6070 Digital Low Profile Surface Servo

Spektrum RC
SPMSS6070
Discontinued Online
This item is discontinued and no longer available for purchase. You may want to search our site for a similar item.

This is the Spektrum S6070 Digital Low Profile Surface Servo. The S6070 combines a quick .09-second transit time and impressive 125 oz-in of torque with a rugged metal gear train. This performance, along with the smooth precision of its dual ball bearing out output shaft, makes the S6070 the ultimate servo for 1/10-scale pan cars and limited space applications.

Features:

  • Quick transit time
  • 125-oz-in of torque
  • Dual ball bearings for higher performance and longer life

Specifications:

  • Size Category: Specialty
  • Type: Digital
  • Application: 1/10 pan cars, Low Profile Servo
  • Torque:
    • 97.2 oz-in (7 kg-cm) @ 4.8V
    • 125 oz-in (9 kg-cm) @6.0V
  • Speed:
    • 0.10 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V
    • 0.09 sec/60 deg @ 6.0V
  • Length: 1.6 in (40.8mm)
  • Width: 0.8 in (20.2mm)
  • Height: 1 in (25.4mm)
  • Weight: 1.6 oz (44.5g)
  • Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
  • Bearing: Dual
  • Motor Type: Coreless
  • Connector Type: Z-connector
  • Gear Type: Metal
  • Voltage: 4.8 or 6.0V (4 or 5 cell)

This product was added to our catalog on February 1, 2011.

Dave Whyte
Wednesday, Jul 1 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Spektrum RC S6070 Digital Low Profile Surface Servo
So I have owned several of these servo's and used in Road cars and mostly in stock 2wd buggies. The prior review stating this servo was used in a SCT and it sucks....No offense but come on.....You don't use a shorty servo in ANY SCT application. As also stated the s6040 is a GREAT choice for an SCT. So.....back to servo. I did kill one hitting a pipe at OUTBACK at top speed. sheered the gears. MY BAD.....these are a nice servo for the money. quiet and pretty quick for what you get. 1st one to EVER fail...Bought with a couple of other things and got coupon code so servo cost me under $50.....Give this servo a shot. Nice thing also is J plug lead not a mile long! I can but don't always enjoy shortening and repining these things. Buy with confidence and for gods sakes.....DONT RUN IN A SCT!

peace)
Morgan Hall
Verified Owner
Monday, Apr 20 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Spektrum RC S6070 Digital Low Profile Surface Servo
I got this Spektrum S6070 to replace my Savox SC-1251MG that I stripped the gears in. The gear set wasn't going to become available for another 3 weeks and I couldn't wait that long. So I thought I'd try the S6070 which has the same specs as the 1251MG. However, I stripped the gears in the first battery pack ending my practice day at SDRC. I replaced the gear set and stripped them again a week later at Hot Rod Hobbies in the main event. I looked at both sets of gears since I still had them (Savox & Spektrum) and they look identical. But for some reason the Savox isn't as fragile as the Spektrum since I ran the Savox for 3 months before breakage. My son runs the same truck as I. He also uses a Savox SC-1251MG and has had no issues for 1.5yrs.

The gear stripping started when I switched to a TLR 22SCT with the Exotek steering rack which doesn't have a servo saver. I wanted to run the compact servos for a lightweight setup, but I guess I'm going to have to switch to a regular size servo. My son runs a Spektrum S6040 in his TLR SCTE 2.0 without any problems. That servo has Titanium gears and more torque. If it can handle a 4x4 SCTE with a Tekin RX8 & Pro4 4600kv setup, it should be just fine in my 2WD 22SCT 17.5T blinky.

WARNING: Only use the Spektrum S6070 with a servo saver! It will strip without one almost immediately.)