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Posted by RoboHeli | Dec 27, 2013 @ 07:56 PM | 3,170 Views
This blog post describes how I fit a CH47 Chinook fuselage from a Nine Eagles Twingoo coaxial tandem helicopter onto the mechanics for an E-Flite Tandem Rescue.




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Posted by RoboHeli | Apr 17, 2013 @ 09:26 PM | 6,187 Views
Fitting a Bravo SX Fuselage to a GW 9958 Helicopter

This blog post details a scale helicopter project where I attached the fuselage from a Nine Eagles Bravo SX scale helicopter to a GW 9958 pod & boom-style helicopter.




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Posted by RoboHeli | Apr 27, 2012 @ 11:05 AM | 11,407 Views
Customizing a Blade MCX2

This entry documents my experiences with modding the Blade MCX2 coaxial 4 channel helicopter. I'm going to try to organize this by topic as best as I can, but some of it may simply end up being chronological because it's impossible for me to easily tease apart the different mods after they're installed.

Here's what the latest incarnation of the helicopter looks like:



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Posted by RoboHeli | Apr 08, 2012 @ 11:19 AM | 8,038 Views
MIA MD500E Kit for a Blade MCX/MCX2 Helicopter



This entry documents my experiences with the MIA Micro-Flight MD500E scale fuselage kit for the MCX/MCX2 (final product shown above). I'd like to say first and foremost that this project was a resounding success for me. I really enjoyed the build and the end result was better than I could have hoped. It flies really, really, well and is a terrific addition to my fleet. If you aren't afraid of cutting and gluing plastic model pieces together and are comfortable with working with the guts of an MCX, this is a great project to start out with.


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