Thanks, guys.I am with Admiral on this one. Definitely replace the servos as a pair. Since they are aileron servos, I would honestly stick with plastic gear just to keep the weight down, but I would definitely go digital. There is just so much more resolution to them and they are faster than analog (this is the correct way to spell analog, Aussie's have it all wrong hahaha )
size, shouldn't be an issue, may need to do some trimming to make it fit. This is just the length of the case I believe.
speed, I don't think you will notice a difference in speed. The strength more than makes up for it.
torque, more is better.
weight, these are known as 9g servos because when they first came out, they were 9g. Since the emax is a little larger and has metal gears, it is going to weigh a little more. 3g*2 is not going to make much if any difference and is a great upgrade to metal gears.
they say for helicopters because that is the stock size for helicopters 450 (325mm blades) or smaller. It will work just fine for an airplane.
As for speaking multiple languages, I speak 2... English and Bad English. I'm fluent in the latter.
OK . . . will try. Photographing flight is tough. I tried once (with the wife as photog) and it was -- uh uh -- not so successful!It's my pleasure bro! Let us know if there is anything further that we can help out with. And we will need video of that plane in the air with the new servos. lol
A quick question from your friendly linguist:
Is there a difference in meaning / usage between "cobber" and "mate" ?