|Jul 13, 2008, 10:19 AM|
Airwolf Large Scale Electric RC Helicopter Ready-to-Fly
I have for sale a very nice Ready-To-Fly electric Airwolf. I own 6 helicopters and Airwolf is by far my biggest attention grabber of them all. It is a blast to fly and show at events. This one here it is ready to go Just bind your Spektrum or JR9303 transmitter. I am using the JR9303 2.4Ghz and will provide my transmitter settings with the model to help with quick setup. Model is setup for quick charge and flying. Just charge batteries and fly - no covers or screws need to be removed for this.
Power System Includes:
Castle Creations 85HV ESC
Hacker A50-12S (Latest version)
FlightPower EVO -10S Lipos (2x5S 3700Mah Packs About 35 total flights on packs)
Radio System Includes:
Futaba 9252 Servos (3 for Cyclic)
Futaba 401 Gyro
Futaba 9254 Tail Servo
Spektrum AR7000 with remote receiver
UBEC (Ultimate BEC)
Airwolf fuselage painted black / white
Fully working retracts (runs on 3 servos)
All original fins and guns
Raptor 50 SE carbon plate underneath for model strength and looks
Blades (Will include if price isnt to low):
Align Trex600 Tail blades
Curtis Youngblood 600mm Radix Blades
Raptor 50SE Mechanics:
Electric 10S High-Power setup Conversion
Tail servo Carbon mount for strength and moves servo off tail boom
Metal head parts for strength and looks
I built this model about 2 years ago. The mechanics used for this model is Raptor 50 SE converted to run eCCPM and high-power 10S electric setup making these mechanics very universal and powerful for all scales this size. The model was built for easy removal of mechanics (can be removed in 15 minutes easily) and I just went thru and did preventive service on all the mechanics few weeks ago for this sale. Model has had about 5 flights since. Flight time is 8-10 minutes. I suggest flying 5 minutes during hot summer months to keep motor from over heating. The Lipo Flightpower packs are installed and stay in the model. Battery power plugs are easy to get to for charging and balancer taps have extension for easy balancing. Side windows are removed for cooling and to easily connect batteries for flight and charging. The fuselage paint job is very nice its just not perfect. The align and Curtis blades on the Heli look the best due to the white and black color schemes This Model cost about $3000 to build. Reasonable offers only.
Buyer only needs to provide own JR 2.4Ghz or spectrum transmitter since model includes receiver already. Receiver of course can be removed from package for those who want to use their own receiver. Photos showing the mechanics before installation show 72Mhz receiver. The receiver that is currently installed is a newer 2.4Ghz Specktrum.
Paypal or Money Order only Please (Check will be ok for this sale but will hold until it clears) Will Ship 48USA Add $75 for Shipping. I plan to ship the entire helicopter as shown in the photos assembled - rear fin will be removed.
Last edited by Flyhuge; Jul 19, 2008 at 05:41 PM.
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