SH-60 Sea Hawk Fiberglass Fuselage (500-Size)

SH-60 Sea Hawk Fiberglass Fuselage (500-Size)

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On sale$269.95
Retail Price:$399.95
Your Savings:$130.00(33%)
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Part Number:KFUH60NAV5

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Its finally here!
Version 2
This model includes the new torque tube drive gear box system for the raised tail.  It no longer uses the flex drive.
The long awaited 500 class SH60 Seahawk is finally in stock.  Designed to take your Chaos 500 or Trex ESP and transform it into a beautiful SH-60 Seahawk scale helicopter. 
This kit includes everything you need to install your mechanics, including the special 5mm flex drive system specially designed for easy plug n play install in the Chaos or Align mechanics.  There is no extra parts to purchase to get this beautiful scale fuselage in the air.
When you open the box, the fuselage is completely painted.  Included are scale aluminum landing gear with working main and rear oleo struts.  Aluminum wheels and rubber tires give this kit a very scale look. 
Working sliding doors allow easy access to the mechanics as well as the entire top dog house being removable with factory installed magnets and locating pins.  Designed for easy battery removal.
This fuselage can be completed in as little as 4-6 hrs and is intended for the intermediate to advanced builder.

No modifications needed when using stock mechanics and stock rotor head.

When panning to use a 4 blade main rotor head and 4 blade tail, it is recommended to upgrade to a lower kv motor and possibly a high voltage system using 8S or higher.
8S meaning two 4S packs in series.

Connecting in Series
When connecting your batteries in Series you are doubling the voltage while maintaining the same capacity rating (amp hours). This might be used in a scooter, Power Wheels kids vehicle, or other applications. Just use a jumper wire between the negative of the first battery and the positive of the second battery. Run your negative wire off of the open connector from the first battery and your positive off of the open connector on your second battery.

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