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This is a discussion on FS: Falcon 3D R/C Helicopter within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; I'm selling my 'nearly new' R/C Heli. It's an Art-Tech Falcon 3D. I say 'nearly new' because I've never flown ...

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    FS: Falcon 3D R/C Helicopter

    I'm selling my 'nearly new' R/C Heli. It's an Art-Tech Falcon 3D. I say 'nearly new' because I've never flown it, only idled the rotors and such, in the front yard. I just don't have time to really fool with it, and it's been in the garage, in it's storage box for about six months, untouched. My buddy has the exact same one, and flies his all the time.

    The specs are as follows:
    Specification:
    ★ Main rotor diameter: 630mm/24.8in
    ★ Tail rotor diameter: 152mm/6in
    ★ Length: 670mm/26.4in
    ★ Weight: 530g/18.7 oz
    ★ R/C System: ETC61-2.4GHz-V2
    ★ Gyro: AR-EG301
    ★ Brushless Motor: B2040-16L V2
    ★ Battery: LI-PO 11.1V,1300mAh
    ★ Servo: 9gx4

    Features:
    ★ Collective pitch for 3D flight
    ★ Independent gyro system
    ★ Reliable gear system
    ★ Accurate tail pitch control system
    ★ Tail servo mount for accurate rudder control
    ★ Reinforced carbon fibre tail rod
    ★ High intensity stainless steel shaft
    ★ Advanced version with brushless motor and lipoly battery

    This 3D helicopter is equipped with great brushless power system and small weight Li-po. battery, with collective pitch and full symmetrical rotor. It can perform the aerobatics such as roll, dive, inverted flight and 3D perfectly.


    A GY240, and a MS composite 28cm blade helps this heli's flight dramatically, along with an appropriate RX for the replacement gyro, as that's what my buddy did, and it made his much smoother/easier to fly.

    The brushless motor is small in size, but mad, does it have some power! way more than I expected from it's light-weight, compact structure.

    I've watched his fly loops and inverted, and it does with apparent practice, and ease.

    This retails for about 240-260$, and is complete, ready-to-fly, including 6-axis twin-stick controller, chargers, etc...

    I'll take $200 shipped.

    I'll get some actual pics, if you'd like, but it looks identical to this, with the addition of a couple grass stains on the blades, where it cut the grass, sitting in the front yard, this past Spring.
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    Rogan o_0
    '96 Dodge 2500 CTD @ 40psi - over 700 lb/ft TQ, 7" stack, and 5speed! - SOLD
    '01 Dodge 2500 CTD 6-holed hand-shaker - 3850# dual disk - 900 lb/ft - SOLD
    '97 Dodge 3500 CTD DUALLY built Auto - 40psi boosties - 750 lb/ft

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    Cool toy, I would buy it, if price would be cheaper. GLWS
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    Rogan o_0
    '96 Dodge 2500 CTD @ 40psi - over 700 lb/ft TQ, 7" stack, and 5speed! - SOLD
    '01 Dodge 2500 CTD 6-holed hand-shaker - 3850# dual disk - 900 lb/ft - SOLD
    '97 Dodge 3500 CTD DUALLY built Auto - 40psi boosties - 750 lb/ft

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    If only I didnt live in an apartment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 302@12psi View Post
    If only I didnt live in an apartment.
    poor excuse
    Rogan o_0
    '96 Dodge 2500 CTD @ 40psi - over 700 lb/ft TQ, 7" stack, and 5speed! - SOLD
    '01 Dodge 2500 CTD 6-holed hand-shaker - 3850# dual disk - 900 lb/ft - SOLD
    '97 Dodge 3500 CTD DUALLY built Auto - 40psi boosties - 750 lb/ft

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    R/C is a cool hobby.I personally prefer land R/C though I have 3 so far, and yes they are expensive and if your really crazy you can go into the $10,000 easily. I am A big car fan and my uncle and dad raced R/C back in the day so I gave it a try and they are really nice to mess with. Anyway free bump and GLWS.

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    I used to race RC cars, 1/10th and 1/12th scale electric pan cars. My own motor dyno, comm cutter, lathe, grooving/cutting my own tires, hand-picking/matching cells, when 1700mAh was the baddest of the bad, etc..

    It was easy to get over 10K invested in parts/equipment/chassis'
    Rogan o_0
    '96 Dodge 2500 CTD @ 40psi - over 700 lb/ft TQ, 7" stack, and 5speed! - SOLD
    '01 Dodge 2500 CTD 6-holed hand-shaker - 3850# dual disk - 900 lb/ft - SOLD
    '97 Dodge 3500 CTD DUALLY built Auto - 40psi boosties - 750 lb/ft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    poor excuse
    It would be fun to mess with the neighborhood dogs with...
    0-60 faster then your first sexual experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    I used to race RC cars, 1/10th and 1/12th scale electric pan cars. My own motor dyno, comm cutter, lathe, grooving/cutting my own tires, hand-picking/matching cells, when 1700mAh was the baddest of the bad, etc..

    It was easy to get over 10K invested in parts/equipment/chassis'
    Lol, those are the times my uncle and dad raced in. Now my fastest R/C tops out 90MPH and my slowest 45MPH. Big in provement over time, I use Lipo cells which are powerfull but can be very dangerous if not maintained properly. (They can go on fire!)

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    yeah, when i raced, 'lipo' was usually followed by 'suction'..
    Rogan o_0
    '96 Dodge 2500 CTD @ 40psi - over 700 lb/ft TQ, 7" stack, and 5speed! - SOLD
    '01 Dodge 2500 CTD 6-holed hand-shaker - 3850# dual disk - 900 lb/ft - SOLD
    '97 Dodge 3500 CTD DUALLY built Auto - 40psi boosties - 750 lb/ft

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