|Oct 22, 2003, 06:51 PM|
FS: Corona RTF w/C40-12T, 40-3p, GY240
****SOLD**** The interest in this package by many individuals, since I offered it to one person on another thread, has been so great that I decided to post the details in a separate thread in case he's not interested. I have 4 people currently in the queue:
2. Barry Janzen
Here's the breakdown of what I have:
Hacker C40-12T w/ 9 tooth pinion
HackerMaster 40-3P (non-heli, no governor)
(4) 7 cell packs of CP2400
RCD 3500 Dual Conversion Receiver (no xtal)
(3) HS-81MG servos
GY240 (only 6 months old)
Deans Whip Antenna
JR Landing Gear
Custom Battery Mount (mounts on the JR gear)
Carbon fiber tail pushrod system
Two #4 and one #6 blade grip (I like to use the two #4grips)
Here's a list of the extra parts:
(3) White Main Rotor Blades (1 New In Package)
(1) Main Gear (New In Package)
(2) Packages of stock Tail Pushrod Guides (New In Package)
(2) Used Tail Rotor Blades
(1) Hollow tail shaft w/ gear (New In Package)
(1) Blue tail boom (New In Package)
(1) 9 Tooth Pinion (New In Package)
(1) Tail drive wire w/gear (New In Package)
(2) Main shafts made from 5/32 wire (one has never been used)
(1) Roll of plastic tubing to insert into tail boom - helps with boom strikes
(2) Pieces of aluminum to be used for JR landing skids
(1) Stock tail pushrod (wire)
(1) CF rod for tail pushrod (New)
(1) Used CF rod w/ ball links for tail pushrod
(1) LMH Oil Bottle
(1) LMH White Grease Canister
Manuals that come with the package:
Corona Construction Manual
Corona Owner's Manual
HackerMaster programming info - originally posted by
I flew it a few weekends ago - flew very well. I replaced all 3 servos about 2.5 months ago - 2 were getting a little twitchy due to a few beginner's crashes. I wrapped the ESC in foil to shield against RF - works well - haven't had a glitch since I did that.
I recently replaced the tail blades but still have the old ones as a backup. The installed tail boom has some marks from some boom strikes (after I stopped using the balsa protector) but they're just superficial - it's still straight. The vertical tail fin has been broken and re-glued (about 20 flights ago). Also, the canopy isn't too pretty. It was pretty banged up when I got it, but I just put some packing tape on it and it's holding together very well. It works very well for training purposes!
The batteries have an unknown number of cycles. As I mentioned in the post, 3 take less than a 2400 mAh charge, one takes right around 2400. The shrink wrap is broken on a couple of the packs in a place or two but if you don't want to re-shrink them, you can put some electrical tape over the splits.
I tore it down and rebuilt it about 2 months ago.You'll notice in the picture that I put the left/right cyclic servo on the 'wrong' side of the crutch - this allows for a straight linkage and better response (now that the battery is underslung).
I learned to fly with this bird, crashed about 10 times, only needed to purchase a hollow tail shaft. It's a tough bird and I'll be sad to see it go. But, in all reality, I won't be able fly it much, so it must go.
Asking $550 + shipping.
Last edited by Park_IT; Oct 30, 2003 at 07:03 PM.
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