Need help on powering micro servo motor with 3.7 Li-ion battery?

I'm a newbie to Arduino.
Is it possible to power up HXT900 9g / 1.6kg / .12sec Micro Servo With UltraFire 18650 3.7V 3000mAh Lithium Batteries .

can i connect it directly without using any regulators?
what i fear about battery is 3000 mAh ..will it affect my servo motor.?

micro servo spec-Size : 21x12x22 mm / 0.74x0.42x0.78 in
Voltage : 3v ~ 6v
Weight: 11g / 0.39oz
Speed : 0.12 sec/60(4.8V)
Torque : 2.5 kg-cm
Working Temp : -30C~60C
Plastic Bushing, 25cm wire, coreless motor
Servo arms & screw included
Gears: Nylon White type

battery spec

UltraFire 18650 3.7V 3000mAh Lithium Batteries

http://dx.com/p/ultrafire-18650-3-7v-3000mah-lithium-batteries-2-pack-26249

Should be no problem at all. The motor will only draw what it needs, as long as you stay in its voltage range (~3-6volts). However, i use these batteries all the time. Do not expect to get 3000mah out of them. There are three kinds of liars: Liars, Damn'd Liars, and Battery Manufacturers! My charger says they only hold about 900mah down to the point when my LED flashlight cuts out.

Whats the current draw of your flashlight?
The capacity of a Li battery and indeed most other batteries is stated for a discharge rate of 1/20C .
At higher discharge rates , you will get less capacity.

mauried:
Whats the current draw of your flashlight?
The capacity of a Li battery and indeed most other batteries is stated for a discharge rate of 1/20C .
At higher discharge rates , you will get less capacity.

Yes ... But ...

In support of @trum4n it is usually not possible for the user to prove (or disprove) the manufacturer's claimed capacity without damaging the battery.

...R