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Turnigy Todos Metal Assembléia Tailwheel retrátil para 1,2 - 1,6 milhão de Wingspan Warbirds

Turnigy Todos Metal Assembléia Tailwheel retrátil para 1,2 - 1,6 milhão de Wingspan Warbirds

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Completar a ilusão escala em seu 1,2 ~ 1,6 metros extensão warbird com este atraente toda unidade de rodas de retração da cauda da liga. Perfeito para instalação em Mustang, Corsários, P-47 ou outros combatentes da Segunda Guerra Mundial que tinham as rodas traseiras retráteis. Esta unidade foi projetada para operar a partir de um feixe de Y com o trem de pouso principal, e tem um braço móvel configurado para aceitar cabos puxar puxar para a direcção. A unidade auto-contido instala com apenas dois parafusos. O motor de retração usa um conector do tipo JR padrão para fácil instalação. Temos ainda incluídos um pneu espuma de 25 mm.

Características:
• Toda a construção da liga
• Instalação fácil
• roda 25 milímetros pré-instalado
• Construção de alta qualidade
• Aceita puxar-pull cabos de leme

especificações:

Tire Tamanho: 25mm
Tamanho: 140x28x42mm
Peso: 43 g
Tensão de funcionamento: 4.8V ~ 6v

  • SKU 9107000288-0
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Capacidade ( mAh) -
  • Peso 78.0000
  • Comprimento 150.00
  • Packaging Width 45.00
  • Altura 75.00
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Fitted this in my HK B17 makes my plane look so much better no tail wheel hanging out the bottom of the plane. When I fitted mine it was a few cuts of foam a bit of strengthing. Just take time doing this as we all know best.

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Fitted this in my HK B17 makes my plane look so much better no tail wheel hanging out the bottom of the plane. When I fitted mine it was a few cuts of foam a bit of strengthing. Just take time doing this as we all know best.

Picked up one of these a few weeks ago, fitment was straight forward and operates beautifully scale. When I took mine out of the box, all the linkage bolts were loose. I tightened them up and thought nothing more.
First flight out and on the second landing the whole system collapses. The retract linkage had stripped it's bolts and twisted one of the linkage plates. Granted, the landing wasn't my smoothest, but I would have expected this system to easily withstand a few bad landings. Very disappointing as up to this point I had been very impressed with this product!
If you're considering buying this, also consider the 1.5-1.7m wingspan version, looks like it may be less likely to twist and damage like this version, although it is heavier.

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Picked up one of these a few weeks ago, fitment was straight forward and operates beautifully scale. When I took mine out of the box, all the linkage bolts were loose. I tightened them up and thought nothing more.
First flight out and on the second landing the whole system collapses. The retract linkage had stripped it's bolts and twisted one of the linkage plates. Granted, the landing wasn't my smoothest, but I would have expected this system to easily withstand a few bad landings. Very disappointing as up to this point I had been very impressed with this product!
If you're considering buying this, also consider the 1.5-1.7m wingspan version, looks like it may be less likely to twist and damage like this version, although it is heavier.

Just installed one of these little buggers into my HK 1200mm corsair. Slid the rudder servo to the middle of the servo tray. Removed the fixed tail section. Built up a piece of wood a bit larger with a bit of an angle to offset the positioning of the tail wheel relative to center. Two screws through the provided mounting holes. 30Min epoxy to wood sides three edges. Slips right into the notch left after removal of fixed assembly. Cut a little foam so height is correct set in place.
I actually attached the pull-pull cable first then, set in place.
Install pull pull cables to rudder/tail servo.

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Just installed one of these little buggers into my HK 1200mm corsair. Slid the rudder servo to the middle of the servo tray. Removed the fixed tail section. Built up a piece of wood a bit larger with a bit of an angle to offset the positioning of the tail wheel relative to center. Two screws through the provided mounting holes. 30Min epoxy to wood sides three edges. Slips right into the notch left after removal of fixed assembly. Cut a little foam so height is correct set in place.
I actually attached the pull-pull cable first then, set in place.
Install pull pull cables to rudder/tail servo.

Really nicely made and finished. Recommend you replace the very bottom M2 pivot bolt with a longer one and place a nut on it. As supplied it threads into a tapped hole and was already loose when received.
Otherwise an excellent bit of gear!

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Really nicely made and finished. Recommend you replace the very bottom M2 pivot bolt with a longer one and place a nut on it. As supplied it threads into a tapped hole and was already loose when received.
Otherwise an excellent bit of gear!

This is a sturdy, well-made product. The only downside was that when I connected 6.6V Li-Fe battery, the motor turned a few seconds and then the circuit apparently died. I should've checkt its rating: up to 6V. The battery was just after being charged, so the voltage may have been more like 7.0V. Still, I guess a lot of people nowadays expect such a device to work at higher voltages, and I would be glad if HK would do anything about it sooner than later.

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This is a sturdy, well-made product. The only downside was that when I connected 6.6V Li-Fe battery, the motor turned a few seconds and then the circuit apparently died. I should've checkt its rating: up to 6V. The battery was just after being charged, so the voltage may have been more like 7.0V. Still, I guess a lot of people nowadays expect such a device to work at higher voltages, and I would be glad if HK would do anything about it sooner than later.

I bought one of these it works great retracts slowly very scale.
the only down side is that the fixings are on one side

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I bought one of these it works great retracts slowly very scale.
the only down side is that the fixings are on one side

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