Looking for an advice on servos

Hello, I'm new on electronic and even more new about servos, actually this will be my first approach with them.

What I want to do is to replicate a gauge like this one

My board is a Mega 2560, can this product http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__9549__Turnigy_TG9e_9g_1_5kg_0_10sec_Eco_Micro_Servo.html fit my needs?

Thanks in advance.

That probably won't work. Most servos only rotate about 90 degrees, and a typical flaps indicator needs in excess of 180 degrees. You could gear up a traditional servo, but why bother when you can get a 360 degree servo like this one.

By the way, sweet project!

Thanks mate, yes, it seems it only rotate 60 degrees.
About the one you suggested, not sure if I can get it here, the electronics offer is very limited.

If the servo only needs to turn something light like a simple dial pointer, then the servo output can be simply geared up using stuff from the kitchen junk drawer. Something as simple as two plastic bottle caps of different sizes connected with string can make an up gearing pully setup.