you need the heli mechanics ie. the frame,the tail rotor mechanics ,the main rotor mechanics and main blades. In addition you need the heli electronics ie. speed controller, brushless motor, 3 main blade servos, 1 fast tail servo and gyro and a receiver. Also do no forget your transmitter and heli battery.
Hey there! will the HK-450TT PRO 3D fit this fuselage? because it doesn't fit the Hughes 500. The aft servo for nick-function is mounted verically and not horizontal as it is on the HK 450 CCPM. thanks
Hi Steve, I have just successfully fitted and flown HK 450TT PRO with HK Hughes fuselage.
I have three HUGHES 500, one fitted with the Align V2 while the other two with HK 450TT pro. They flies great. Thanks.
Hi MAverickss40, yes, gald to be of help. Yes, if you will use HK 450TT you will need few modification especially at the tail section. if you will note the suppplied screw is short if you will install the T-tail of the fusalage. you need to purchase as more longer screw.
my set up: 450 Turnigy typoon motor turnigy 60 ESC HXT 900 for the cyclic GOteck servo for the rudder Turnigy lighting HK 401B gyro
You cn use this set up.
HK 450 TT PRO kit (includes blades)
HXT servo for the cyclic 3pcs
GOTECK park size servo for the rudder
Turnigy ESC 40 amps
Turnigy lighting system
UBEC 5 amps
3S lipo battery rhino brand
Turnigy typhoon 450 motor
Hope this will help you, I'm currently using this set up and happy with the outcome.
*oops!* i clicked submit toggling windows! anywho, yea the skids look way off! check out the exi part number EXI-35129. low profile, squattier, closer to scale look imo. you will have to tap your own holes to mount on the hk450, trex, etc. but its easy!
Looking at this www.link I can see it's not the shape of the model, it's probably just the front canopy, real is a 2 piece canopy and here it's a single piece, maybe a white adesive tape stripe can do the trick and make it nicer