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FS: Hornet FP frame only needs TLC and misc parts
I am selling a Hornet FP Version 1 frame only heli. I was flying it but after analysis of the cost to make it even better. I decided to sell it off. I sold most of the electronics and this is what I have left.
Here is what I parts were DIY.
Motor mount - shaved to fit brushless motor.
Rear tail boom - reamed out hole to fit homemade boom.
Homemade carbon fibre mount for gyro and rx.
Homemade plastic mount for gyro
Right Front leg broken but repaired with a small brass sleeve
Both skids have routed out areas - used for battery mount
Added a wooden battery holder underneath the main gear - has velcro
Homemade tail boom
Tail rotor gear box reamed out for homemade tail boom
Homemade steel 2mm tail rotor shaft and homemade 3mm main shaft
Tail rotor bell crank pin broke off - ca back on but had to make a mount for the pin. pin is not in the original spot but was working okay.
Tail blades are worn but tail blade grips are okay.
I have the newer improved pitch slider only a few flights on it.
What parts are okay,
Main gear, ball in swash mod, flybar and paddles, blade holder, AR arm, pitch slider
In other words it needs tlc to get it back in the air
I also have the stock 300 motor (needs new brushes), ms brushed esc, ms nicd or nimh field charger, 7 cell ms battery ms-030, new undercarriage legs 2 pieces e006 and ms e058 m2x8 bolts. unused decal sheet and diy training gear made from 4 ping pong balls and cf rods.
asking $40.00 obo , shipping included, accept paypal
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