|Jun 02, 2007, 10:09 AM|
New video of Roxxter 22 Flybarless 3 axis gyro
Here's a new video of the Roxxter 22 from LF-technik with a flybarless rigid head. The "three axis gyro BOT" as he calls it is still in the works.
It will be interesting to see if this heli takes off or if his 3 axis gyro will work in other helis as well. From the video it looks like his system performs very well.
I saw the prototype in Heidelberg, Germany at a fun fly and this baby is sweet!
|Jun 02, 2007, 01:30 PM|
Wow, it shoots up like a rocket. I wonder if he could do that with 1650rpm headspeed. I also wonder if the video looks good because it's a good pilot or if it's a good system . Must be the pilot skill
|Jun 02, 2007, 05:16 PM|
United States, CA, Shasta
Joined Dec 2005
|Jun 02, 2007, 05:57 PM|
United States, FL, West Palm Beach
Joined Jun 2001
I want to see how well that thing flys in some wind.
But other than that, the preformance was very impressive.
|Jun 03, 2007, 03:15 AM|
I've seen the heli first hand and it's very nice. Yes, a bit expensive but you get what you pay for.
The pilot is Lutz, founder/designer of LF-technik's Roxxters. He's an excellent pilot which makes me wonder how much the 3 axis gyro is doing and how much he is doing?
Spill the beans ChrisT88! We'd all love to hear what else is around the corner...
|Jun 05, 2007, 05:26 AM|
i think most impressive is, what the heli can do with only 1450rpm !!!
(have you seen any other heli in this size flying like that with only 1450rpm on its head ?)
thats the most impressive thing for me
(because flying hard with 2200rpm -> seems to be standard meanwhile anyway)
from princip a flybarless electronical stabilized system should work better in the winds than a normal system with flybar..
thats something v-stabi-users say at least..
|Jun 05, 2007, 03:11 PM|
Maybe he'll put the new Mikado Herring bone gear in there to cut down on some noise when Mikado finally comes out with their bird.
The Roxxter does use a few of Mikado's parts as it is.
|Jul 03, 2007, 11:37 AM|
Pewaukee, WI, USA
Joined Mar 2002
For those that are interested in the Roxxter 22, I am considering stocking kits/parts, but would like to gauge some level of interest in the machine. (There will be some comonality with the upcoming R55 v2)
Initial price will be $649 for the kit w/flybar $629 for with with 'rigid' head (flybarless for use with vstabi or gyrobot)
The gyrobot will be available approximately in October. (No pricing yet)
In comparison to the Logo 500 3D the Roxxter 22 offers:
alloy tail gear box,
Comments and thoughts are welcome!
Yes, the tail has some common Raptor parts, grips, hub, yoke. LF has plans of manufacturing his own no date set on that. I have the same parts on my 55 and have countless flights on it, works just fine, easy to get replacements and cheap too... Seems a little unusual, but..
BTW: He is having a spiral gear manufactured for this as well, I believe this is what delayed the initial release.
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