|Aug 09, 2006, 04:08 PM|
T-Hawk RCGroups Links
In addition to being an Elfi enthusiast, I also have had an on-going interest with the T-Hawk, from www.ReadyToFlyFun.com . I have two of these planes now, one is essentially stock, with original 27 Mhz electronics. The other is a highly modified T-Hawk (hereafter referred to as T-Hawk #2) which, among other modifications, has a Mega 16/15/5 brushless installed and 72 Mhz electronics.
Much of the chatter, banter, general info swapping about the T-Hawk is scattered over many posts, in several threads, across more than one forum. So, for interests sake, here is a compilation of the links that I have on record concerning the T-Hawk. I make no claim as to the chronological order of these links. I simply went by the last numbers in the address. Hope other T-Hawk fliers can find some interest in or help with these links:
T-Hawk Threads - RCGroups
|Sep 11, 2006, 05:56 PM|
T-Hawk #2 in for a major overhaul/rebuild. Mega 16/15/5 being changed out for a Mega 16/15/4. Also, new fuselage and boom with some extra tweaks/tricks in store for the new assembly. Definitely want to have it flying at our York County Flyers electric fly-in on Oct. 14th.
|Category||Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|First plane GWS Beaver or Toytronix T-hawk?||spd37||Parkflyers||18||Aug 02, 2002 06:31 PM|
|Broken T-Hawk||Mav1290||Beginner Training Area (Aircraft-Electric)||2||Jul 30, 2002 06:04 AM|
|The T-Hawk 3CH RTF||seanpr123||Parkflyers||21||Jul 26, 2002 07:19 PM|
|FBXL vs. T-Hawk||rgreene||Parkflyers||5||Jul 26, 2002 07:28 AM|
|T-Hawk - Excellent RTF, and question on mod to ADD THROTTLE Control?||emarkay||Parkflyers||4||Jun 05, 2002 11:58 AM|