The V2 .90 is a Nitro .90 size gas helicopter that will push the limits of your sport and 3D flying abilities.
Featuring a strong and lightweight G-10 main frame, 120 or 140 degree swash-plate, beautifully finished full metal main rotor head and tail rotor assembly and other "Pro" level features, we guarantee you wont be dissapointed with this big helicopter.
Building this kit is fast and easy as many of the sub-assemblies come pre-assembled at the factory. In standard trim this helicopters flight characteristics are extremely smooth and stable, making it perfect for intermediate and sport level pilots. With the use of stiff blades this helicopter can be flown to perform big 3D moves!
In addition to the V2s famous Mild-to-Wild performance, the V2s maintenance cost is kept low with our full line of low-cost spare parts*.
Type: .90 size glow powered 3D Pro Helicopter Control System: 120° CCPM Rotor Blade Length: 680-710mm
Strong yet lightweight G-10 side frames Three point metal mainshaft bearing mounts Metal main rotor head Strong A-Arm style CNC machined elevator linkage CNC machined aluminum engine mounting block Push-pull linkages on all cyclic servos Forward mount engine for easy glow plug access 120° CCPM swashplate Front mounted radio mounting frame Full metal tail assembly Easily removed, vibration-isolated fuel tank with filter Plastic canopy with decals
Gear ratio: 8.27:1:4.66
Pinion gear: 11T
Main gear: 91T
Main rotor diameter: 1523~1563mm
Tail rotor diameter: 265mm
Main rotor length: 680~710mm
Flying weight: Approx 4600g
Required items. Nitro engine (.90)
Servos (standard size) Radio Gear : Gyro/Rx Rx Battery : (UBEC with 2 Cell Lipoly) 680~710mm Blades
Would Futaba 520 gyro(http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__9746 __Futaba_GY520_Gyro.html) and Futaba S9254 tail servo (http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__9752__Fu taba_S9254_Digital_High_Speed_Torque_Helicopter_Serv o_1_38kg_06sec_49g_.html) be a good fit for this heli? How about HK sourcable servos for cyclics and throttle?
Hi. I received my TZ-V2 .90 Size Nitro 3D Helicopter Kit
almost without damage (SA) but fortunately i did repair the damaged part myself. I am not that technical. Why is the rest of the parts not in a kit available. Please help with the part numbers of the rest of the kit best for this heli.(Nitro engine (.90),Servos (standard size),Radio Gear : Gyro/Rx
Rx Battery : (UBEC with 2 Cell Lipoly),680~710mm Blades
You will be my hero if you can help me. Thanks
Just got this kit from the Aus warehouse. All good till I tried to put it together and discovered the tail drive belt is for .50 size heli. HK online support worse than useless and didn't seem to get that it is a part in a kit. Heli looks like a great kit but if you have a problem, you are on your own. Be warned.
if your a new pilot use standard speed servos when learning how to fly the faster servos will get you in trouble quicker slower servos are more forgiving so if you put bad inputs into the control it wont react as quick if you make a mistake
Hello, I'm more than interested for this heli and I checked the spare parts for this but.........can't find in the list the canopy as a spare part. I find this one of the most important items as spare part.
Hi! I'm thinking about trying a nitro helicopter and from the reviews this would be a good choice for the money. I have a question though. I'm used to the electric helis and usually they either have a BEC integrated into the ESC or you add an external UBEC connected to the main battery if you have an OPTO ESC (or want to run at 6v and the ESC's BEC is only 4.8v). In RC nitro airplanes you don't use a BEC at all, but a 4.8v or 6v battery pack (NiCd or NiMH). In the required items for this kit it specifically mentions using a UBEC w/ a 2S LiPo. Why would I want to use the UBEC in place of a 6v battery pack if I'm using a nitro engine instead of going all electric? Is there an advantage such as weight or power? A NiMH battery pack can handle power surges much better than a UBEC, so wouldn't that be a better choice?
What servos are people running in your TZ-90 ? What servos are on this site that are good value & suitable. PLEASE - ONLY people with experience with this heli reply. No 12 year olds replying or I'll tell your mummy on you !
I have only used expensive engine in this heli. The problem is gearing, will need to change the pinion or the main gear. The super tiger has a much lower rpm range than say an OS90. It should work if you fly it gently and run it very rich. I would expect supertiger will produce less power than is ideal for a large heli. But it should work fine for simple flights, and hovering.
my heli arrived yesterday safe and sound will make a great winter project. ive searched the web looking for a .90 nitro engine for it .as hobbyking does not sell them.we dont have any model stores in town and being confined to a wheelchair i do most of my buying online any help locating a site that sells these engines iwould be very greatfull thankyou
Received TZ-V2 90 today, it was well worth the wait!! I have been flying helis for 4 years electric and nitro and find this heli the best buy and the Quality top notch! Highly recomended.5 stars and more! BC Canada.
Simplesmente incrvel a qualidade deste helimodelo, a precisao nas peas de metal, o frame muito bem acabado, otima escolha e com preo super acessivel. Tao bom quanto um T-rex 700 ou Raptor 90. Marco Tulio MG
Definitely best bang for bucks. Excellent finish quality on alloy parts, everything fits together without any modification. Only one thing...you must check every screw, because on mine kit there was no loctite used anywhere.