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Old Mar 02, 2009, 08:53 PM
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Mini Chinook Tandem Transporter 3 CH Two Co-Axial Rotor w/ LED Lights HC58

The 9058 R/C Transporter is the smaller scale version of the 4ch Chinook, so if you enjoyed the full size version of the Chinook then you definitely enjoy this new one. The Chinook was used in the war times for transporting goods, weapons, and soldiers. The transporter is much easier to maneuver because it’s the perfect size to fly in your room or anywhere. You don’t have to worry about crashing into items because of the superb control and easy hovering ability. This helicopter is easy to fly because of the dual main rotors to help stabilize in the air more efficiently.this model is complete and ready to fly $55.00 plus shipping



Specification:

• Main rotor surface diameter: 180mm

• Fuselage length: 220mm

• Fuselage height: 125mm

• Main motor: M20*4

• Power battery: 3.7V 450mAh Li-polymer battery

Features

• Intelligent R/C system

• Newly designed electricity saving function

• Real 3 Channel Flight, lifelike R/C

• Omni-directional fight: Ascending, descending, turn left, turn right, forward & backward

9058 R/C Transporter
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