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T5118 Spark SR2

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T5118 Spark SR2

 

279.94EUR

This model is equipped with two single rotor engines brushed high power and mechanical high-precision, three micro servos high-speed (CCPM 120 °), transmission entirely on ball bearings ...
Engine management is provided by an independent inverter module for receiving a very precise power. The gyro sensitivity adjustment is included in this module allowing precise control incorparable.


The 2.4 GHz transmitter offers many opportunities provided settings viewed on its large LCD.
You can easily move from Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3 and Mode 4 in order to adapt to the preferences of all users.

- The Spark SR2 is ideal for beginners in 3D helicopter.
- Tail rotor fixed pitch.
- Crown Transmission small module limiting noise
- 3D Gyroscope providing a stable self-piloting assistance.
- Reinforced aluminum beam
- Elegant 3D bubble look racy providing optimum cooling of mechanical and electronic components.


features:

Main rotor diameter: 635 mm
Tail rotor diameter: 136 mm
Total length: 650 mm
Weight flight: 510 g

Package Contents:

• Micro-helicopter ready to fly with:
- Stacker with integrated mixer and gyro
- 3 micro servos
- Drive
4-way 2.4 GHz Transmitter with LCD
Battery pack Li-Po 3S 11.1 V - 1200 mAh Charger 220V. A full charge cycle ensures a flight time of 8 minutes.

 

On order to supplier, usually ships within 7 to 14 days.

 

 

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 08 July, 2011.

 

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