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Blade 330s rtf / GP61 with muffler/FMS BAE HAWK

Blade 330s rtf / GP61 with muffler/FMS BAE HAWK

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Choice of 1 -Blade 330s rtf / GP61 with muffler/FMS BAE HAWK 6s

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Description

The tightest tolerance with every component, GP-61 is a real monster. Every piston and cylinder are tolerance checked and matched, this ensures that the clearances are correct, and the power is maximum. Customized GP ignition not only produces smooth transition but is also easy to start. Comparing with other brands, GP-61 offers much more power and at a more reasonable price. The made-for-flight design ensure the best power-to-weight ratio for maximum flight performance. GP61 weighs less than 1500 grams and cranks out more than 6.5 horsepower from a durable and long-lasting engine. The power-to-price ratio is impressive!

Please note: a muffler is included with the GP-61.

The Blade 330 S RTF Electric Flybarless Helicopter with 2.4GHz Radio, AS3X and SAFE Technology was designed to take intermediate pilots to the next level. It’s easy to improve your skills with features such as a modern and robust design, easy-to-fly Blade SAFE Helicopter Firmware, a redesigned rotor head, updated main frame, and optimised power system. The Spektrum H3055 and H3065 digital metal-geared servos provide precise response and durability, while the carbon fibre main blades ensure precision flight performance and consistency.

This RTF model also includes a battery and charger, providing important telemetry data without extra modules or wires as well as delivering impressive flight stability and performance. The refined stabilisation and recovery modes allow the pilot to explore the machines capabilities safely. The 330 S is engineered for intermediate to advanced helicopter pilots by offering a highly-tuned machine with innovative Smart and SAFE technology ready for first forays into advanced flight.

Features

  • SAFE Technology
  • Spektrum Smart Technology
  • Progressive Flight Modes
  • Panic Recovery
  • Metal Gear Cyclic Servos
  • Collective Pitch Rotor System
  • 325mm Carbon Fibre Blades
  • Brushless Motor
  • Everything Included

Specifications:
Completion Level – Ready-To-Fly
Type – Brushless Electric CCPM Flybarless Helicopter
Number of Channels – 6
Skill Level – Level 3
Approximate Flight Time – 4-6 minutes
Battery – 2200mAh 3S 11.1V 30C Smart battery with IC3 connector
Canopy/Body Material – Plastic
Charger – Spektrum S120 USB-C Smart Charger
Main Blade Material – Carbon fibre
Main Frame Material – Plastic
Main Motor Type – Brushless
Main Rotor Blade Length – 12.8″ (325mm)
Main Rotor Diameter – 28.4″ (721mm)
Main Rotor Head Type – Collective Pitch (CCPM) Flybarless
Servos – Spektrum H3055 and H3065 digital metal gear
Speed Control – Spektrum 30A Smart ESC
Tail Blade Material – Plastic
Tail Drive – Belt Drive
Tail Rotor Diameter – 5.98″ (152mm)
Height – 8.8″ (223mm)
Length – 25.8″ (655mm)
Flying Weight – 27.3oz (773g)

In the Box
Blade 330 S Electric Flybarless Helicopter with AS3X and SAFE Technology (Ready-to-Fly)
Spektrum DXe 2.4Ghz Transmitter
Spektrum S120 USB-C Smart Charger
Spektrum 2200mAh 11.1v 30c Smart LiPo Battery
4AA Batteries for the Transmitter
Instruction Manual

Specifications

Displacement: 61cc
Bore: 46.5mm
RPM Range: 1600-8900
Output: 6.5 Horsepower
7500 with Mejzlik 24×8 Evo/ 7400 with GP Prop 24×8/ 7100 with Falcon 24

The FMS 80mm BAE Hawk features a rigid one-piece wing that easily bolts to the fuselage, as do the horizontal stabilizers and vertical tail—no glue required which makes basic assembly super-fast. Of course the lightweight construction with EPO means you can count on a high-level of durability, intricate surface detail and a light wing loading that translates naturally into incredible flight performance. The water-based paint used to finish this model minimizes blistering from sun and provides a vibrant appearance. The power system utilizes a powerful 80mm 12-blade EDF system driven by a 3270-size, 1930Kv brushless motor and 100A ESC combination for tremendous acceleration and speed when coupled with your high-C, 6S LiPo battery. If you want to make every outing to the field an airshow to remember, then the FMS 80mm BAE Hawk is a must-have.

Features

  • Easy (six-screw) bolt-together assembly-no glue required
  • 80mm EDF with a brushless 3270-size, 1930Kv inrunner motor
  • High-quality Predator 100A ESC with 8A BEC
  • Durable, all-metal shock absorbing electric retracts
  • 12-blade EDF sound delivers an enhanced jet experience
  • 6-Channel control with functional flaps and steerable nose wheel
  • Metal-gear servos provide precision and reliability
  • Removable one-piece wing with optional ferry tank
  • New ball-style control horns and linkages for greater precision
  • Brilliant LED lighting system installed
  • Vivid trim scheme with environmentally friendly water-based paint
  • FREE 6 Axis flight control system in the box

Specifications

  • Wingspan: 1042mm /41.0 in
  • Flying Weight: Around 2500g
  • Motor Size: 3270-KV1930 inner running
  • ESC: 100A with 8A BEC
  • Recommended Battery: 6S 4000mAh 35C (XT90 Connector)
  • Battery Connector: XT-60
  • Landing Gear: Grass Ready Shock Absorbing Metal Landing Gear
  • Requires TX/RX/Battery/Charger

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