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Assault 100 Flybarless Helicopter w/Twin Brushless Motors (DSM2/DSMX Compatible Rx)

Assault 100 Flybarless Helicopter w/Twin Brushless Motors (DSM2/DSMX Compatible Rx)

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The Assault 100 follows in the footsteps of its bigger brothers the Assault 450 series of helicopters. Despite it very small size it still retains the qualities of the 450 and is the pinnacle of micro helicopter technology at this present time. It is equipped with a highly refined flight control system and also features pirouette compensation technology making the Assault 100 one of the smoothest high-performance micro helicopters on the market today.

One other feature which sets the Assault 100 aside from most of the other micro helicopters on the market is that it is fitted with 2 brushless motors, one for the main drive and one for the tail. This gives it incredible performance and longer battery life due to the efficiency of the motors.

From basic flight maneuvers through to aggressive 3D aerobatics the Assault 100 can do it all. It is the perfect solution for those that appreciate the power of the larger helicopters but want something to fly in a small space.

Robust engineering, high-quality Dupont plastics and advanced carbon fiber composites make the Assault 100 an extremely strong little helicopter. It will withstand most knocks and bangs and will come back for more, but if you do have a crash which results in you wanting spare parts then HobbyKing™ have plenty of spares available (see under "Spare Parts" tab).

The Assault 100 will bind straightaway to a Turnigy 6XS transmitter (not supplied). It is also DSMX/DSM2 compatible but you will require a DSM2/DSMX compatible satellite receiver which will need to be bound to a receiver before fitting to the helicopter. Once bound and installed you just turn everything on in the normal way and it binds perfectly everytime (there is no need to re-bind the satellite receiver once it has been fitted to the helicopter).

Please note: The instructions show a slightly different layout to the PCB than the modified one which is now supplied. The satellite receiver now plugs into the socket next to the servo sockets.

Features:
• Twin brushless motors
• Turnigy 6XS compatible
• DSMX/DSM2 compatible (requires a DSMX or DSM2 compatible satellite receiver)
• Micro size (only 113mm long)
• Made of robust materials
• Highly refined flight control system
• Pirouette compensation technology

Specs:
Type: 3D flybarless electric helicopter
Length: 293mm
Height: 87.5mm
Rotor Diameter: 249mm
Tail Rotor Diameter: 38.4mm
Rotor Blade Length: 113mm
Weight: 79g (including battery)
Battery: 7.4V 450mAh 25C

Included:
Assault 100 3D flybarless helicopter (Turnigy 6XS and DSMX/DSM2 compatible)
7.4V 450mAh 25C lipoly battery
Spare rotor blades
Spare tail rotor blade
Spare main gear
Spare feathering spindle
Spare linkage set
Spare screw set
Crosshead screwdriver
Allen wrench
Double sided foam tape
CD instruction manual

Required:
Turnigy 6XS transmitter
or
DSMX or DSM2 compatible transmitter and matching satellite receiver
Suitable lipoly charger

*Note:
This is not a Spektrum DSM product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM product.
The Spektrum and DSM brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA.

  • SKU 9255000064-0
  • Brand Assault
  • Shipping Weight 226.0000
  • Packaging Length 280.00
  • Packaging Width 70.00
  • Packaging Height 95.00
  • Capacity (mAh) 450.00
  • Discharge(c) -
  • Max Charge Rate(C) -
  • Length-A(mm) -
  • Height-B(mm) -
  • Width-C(mm) -
  • Assault 100 Flybarless Helicopter w/Twin Brushless Motors
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Had Mcpx BL already in my hangar with some tuning like BL-Heli ESC and longer tail to get it more stable. I am very happy with my new Assault 100. It flies great out-of-the-box, it's very powerful, good quality and parts are interchangeable with my Blade Mcpx BL and many other more economical models.
Used a Lemon Satellite with an Orange receiver to bind it to my Taranis with an Orange RX Spektrum Module with no problems. Unpacked the satellite from the plastic cover to safe weight and attached it with double sided foam tape on top of the on-board electronics.

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Had Mcpx BL already in my hangar with some tuning like BL-Heli ESC and longer tail to get it more stable. I am very happy with my new Assault 100. It flies great out-of-the-box, it's very powerful, good quality and parts are interchangeable with my Blade Mcpx BL and many other more economical models.
Used a Lemon Satellite with an Orange receiver to bind it to my Taranis with an Orange RX Spektrum Module with no problems. Unpacked the satellite from the plastic cover to safe weight and attached it with double sided foam tape on top of the on-board electronics.

Nice heli when it works. I bought two. The first one had the tail motor go bad. The second one has a stutter on the main rotor until it eventually starts (bad connection or bad esc perhaps). So, QC is awful but the heli fly nice. I guess get two and swap parts until you get one working.
Also, HK seems not to have replacement parts in stock...

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Nice heli when it works. I bought two. The first one had the tail motor go bad. The second one has a stutter on the main rotor until it eventually starts (bad connection or bad esc perhaps). So, QC is awful but the heli fly nice. I guess get two and swap parts until you get one working.
Also, HK seems not to have replacement parts in stock...

I was quite pleased with the Assault 100 initially. It was very stable with lots of power and good tail authority. However, after 10 flights the tail motor literally fell apart. Unfortunately, the parts have to be sourced out of Asia which means a 6 week lead time if you are in the US. I hope US parts support and additional batteries become available soon.

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I was quite pleased with the Assault 100 initially. It was very stable with lots of power and good tail authority. However, after 10 flights the tail motor literally fell apart. Unfortunately, the parts have to be sourced out of Asia which means a 6 week lead time if you are in the US. I hope US parts support and additional batteries become available soon.

Tested this recently using an Orange dsmx sat and Spektrum radio. Binded no issue, all channels operated as expected. Assault 100 flies (and sounds) like a MCPX BL, except it has been quite toned down in the provided setup specs (probably for beginner like performance). To make it more lively and perform more like a current day heli, upped the eta to 90 on ail/ele and 80 on rudder. Also changed the rudder expo to -30 to get more reaction around rudder mid stick. It has plenty of power, very little hesitation on pitch pumps, no bogging down. Very stable and well set up. Blades track well and was perfectly set up for 0 pitch at 50pcnt throttle stick. Flies for 4 1/2 minutes on the standard battery, 3.81v left. Seems really great value for money, and spares are available and low cost. My only gripe on the quality side - on powering up the 2 rear servos do not always operate. I have to check that all servos operating before taking off, must be a board issue. Need to power cycle until they do (sometimes 3-4 times). If this continues, will notify HK and request a fix. Good trainer heli

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Tested this recently using an Orange dsmx sat and Spektrum radio. Binded no issue, all channels operated as expected. Assault 100 flies (and sounds) like a MCPX BL, except it has been quite toned down in the provided setup specs (probably for beginner like performance). To make it more lively and perform more like a current day heli, upped the eta to 90 on ail/ele and 80 on rudder. Also changed the rudder expo to -30 to get more reaction around rudder mid stick. It has plenty of power, very little hesitation on pitch pumps, no bogging down. Very stable and well set up. Blades track well and was perfectly set up for 0 pitch at 50pcnt throttle stick. Flies for 4 1/2 minutes on the standard battery, 3.81v left. Seems really great value for money, and spares are available and low cost. My only gripe on the quality side - on powering up the 2 rear servos do not always operate. I have to check that all servos operating before taking off, must be a board issue. Need to power cycle until they do (sometimes 3-4 times). If this continues, will notify HK and request a fix. Good trainer heli

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