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Let us take some of the stress out of holiday gift buying this season by giving you more time to qualify for price adjustments. Price adjustments on purchases are available 10/8/2022 until 12/25/22. If an item you buy has a price reduction before Christmas, we will credit the difference upon request, so you can shop confidently knowing your price is guaranteed.
All credits will be issued as Loyalty Club Points on your Tower Hobbies account.
The transmitter is the model’s brain. Servos are its muscles. The motor shaft in a servo rotates, which moves a servo arm. The arm is connected by linkages to a function. Control input makes the servo arm move and perform the function. As a rule, each function requires its own servo. Generally, systems include one or more servos. These may be analog or digital, and range in size from tiny Nanos™ to ¼ scale or “monster” types. Speeds, torque and features vary widely, depending on design and application.