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Turnigy MCR-C Servoless Retract System (70mm Hawk Hunter)

Turnigy MCR-C Servoless Retract System (70mm Hawk Hunter)

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Turnigy MCR Series electronic retract systems feature an all metal construction and advanced micro controllers with an integrated circuit to automatically stop the retract and recover from jamming problems. The integrated circuit also protects against over-current draw.  Turnigy MCR series retracts also feature working suspension, steerable nose wheel and all hardware required to install the retracts in your plane.

Ideally suited for 70mm Hawk Hunter

Spec:

Nose Wheel: 35x10mm
Nose Strut: 88mm (From pivot point to bottom of wheel)
Main Wheel: 45x12mm
Main Strut: 105mm (From pivot point to bottom of wheel)
Mounting plate: 29x28mm (Main) 43x28mm (Nose)
System weight: 167g (Inc all wires and hardware)
AUW Load: 2.7kg
Voltage: 4.8~6.0v
Current draw: 0.32A for 2 sec

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  • SKU:
    107000051
  • Brand:
    Turnigy
  • Weight(g)
    263.00
  • Length
    170.00
  • Width:
    55.00
  • Height:
    85.00
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Excellent gear works perfect, comes in clear package, Y wire connection included, but will need to figure steering hardware for yourself, I found a good solution and worked perfect, used it for a scratch build EDF for a model show but turned out to be too heavy to fly (My fault) will save them for another bird.
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