Finally, big scale heli flight on a small-scale budget. The HK-600GT breaks all the rules and sets a new precedence in big 3D heli value. Modeled on the famous, award winning and proven T-Rex 600, the HK-600GT will push your 3D flight skills to their limits.
The 600GT is an exciting helicopter to see in action as it roars through the sky and is surprisingly much easier to fly than a smaller version.
Its 7075 alloy head ensures hard core 3D pilots wont be dissapointed in the performance and the simple yet light weight and attractive cowl plus Titanium anodized components make this a visually stunning helicopter with performance to back it up! We guarantee you wont find a better priced heli of this size anywhere!
Features. Light weight design provides awesome flight performance and extreme 3D capability. Rotor head/tail with thrust bearings. Center of gravity of battery tray designed close to the rotor head. High efficiency belt driven tail.
Fully driven tail auto rotation system. Tail servo boom mount. Carbon Fibre boom support rods and tail servo mount. Carbon Fiber main frame, tail Fins and anti-rotation bracket.
What engine to use in version 6 S? For Typhoon 600 impossible to find a pine nut(cog) 15 / 16T axis of 5 mm and modulate 0.7 to have a diet(regime) correct rotor. 10 T delivered with the HK 600 give a diet(regime) ridiculous rotor of 1500 rpm for an engine 1100 KV in 6 S!!!!! Why to deliver the HK 600 with this type(chap) of pine nut(cog) 10 T? Do we have to use absolutely in 8 or 12 S? To obtain a diet(regime) rotor on about 2000 rpm would be needed an engine of 1500 KV in 6 S.
hola. mi pregunta es el tema de compra nose como es que se hace recien me registro y estoy mirando la paguina.
el precion por ejemplo esta en dolares?
para pagar esto se hace atraves de tarjeta o deposito bancario?
y el envio como es y cuando sale? bueno desde ya muchas gracias!!
Hola Fernando bienvenido al club. En la zona de abajo en la parte izda de la pá*gina principal puedes seleccionar el idioma y el precio en euros. El pago lo puedes realizar por tarjeta de cré*dito o bien paypal. Yo particularmente te aconsejo papal, el pago por tarjeta lleva un recargo adicional. El enví*o depende de lo que quieras pagar. Lo má*s econó*mico es air parcel o internacional registered. Los pedidos, dependiendo de lo que sea viene tardando de 8 dí*as hasta 20 má*s o menos. Debes tener suert que no te lo paren en la aduana ( no suele ocurrir, pero de vez en cuando... Y entonces tienes que pagar el IVA) .yo particularmente llevo unos 25 pedidos realizado y no me lo han parado nunca. Llevo casi cuatro añ*os comprando aquí* y te puedo decir que son personas serias y fiables. De vez en cuando, no mi caso. Tambié*n surgen algunos problema sillas de menor importancia. Espero haberte aclarado tus duda. Salu2
Hi,,I would say the conversion can be possible if you change the frame and frame parts.
Nitro helicopter have wider body..
You need to add up some parts like(fuel tank,engine parts etc)
Hope that help.
Usually i would say no, its not an issue. however if the servos have play in them when they are powered up, then there is most likely an issue. But it can also be that there is some or other electric or static interference going on there. (don't know much about what causes that but i do know cyclic servos failing inflight isn't fun.)
I think your servos sound just fine. Have a 700E and the servos on it (A lign original) make pretty much the same noise as yours. Watch out for unsmooth movement though, this can indicate damaged teeth on the gears, which quickly can go from barely noticeable to disaster and crash. I do a simple pre-flight test where I give a little resistance by holding the main blade with my hand and move the cyclic up and down and give some aile and pitch in addition to that. If there are any gear tooth issues, odds are good that you feel it and can act on it while the heli is on the ground.
Would a Futaba S3003 servo work well for allerons and throttle? Ive used these servos in my racing and bashing rc cars for years and ive only had 1 strip out of the 15 i have so i trust them. They are Operating Speed (4.8V): 0.23sec/60 degrees at no load Operating Speed (6.0V): 0.19sec/60 degrees at no load Stall Torque (4.8V): 44 oz/in. (3.2kg.cm) Stall Torque (6.0V): 56.8 oz/in. (4.1kg.cm) What do you guys think
Ailerons? Throttle? This heli has three swash servos and one tail pitch servo, no throttle servo since the motor is electric. I would say your servos are not right for this, because you want metal gear digital servos for the swash, and faster ones too (say 0.1s or so). The servo would definitely not work for the tail, you need a really fast digital one there.
My dad has a Kyosho Nexus 30 helicopter and parts are becoming harder and more expensive to come by. So if anyone can help me with the lengths and thicknesses of the tail boom, main shaft, feathering shaft, blade grips, and the tail gears. If someone can get me the lenghts and diameter of those thanks.
I wouldn't hold my breath for someone to make all those measurements (no offense intended to anyone), because it's a fair amount of investigation you request, especially for the blade grips which have a more complex structure. Find someone with a t-rex 600 at the field and approach with a caliper, a ruler and a friendly smile? :-) Or maybe a trip down to the LHS with the same equipment and scavenge for compatible parts among all helis they have? They should be helpful, after all you will buy the parts that fit, right?
OK, si dispone di un servo di coda davvero buono! Quando si dice che l'elicottero non è* stabile, cosa vuol dire? È* la coda scodinzolante? Presumo che un giroscopio per il controllo della coda. È* il giroscopio in modo digitale o analogico (dovrebbe essere digitale)? E 'il giroscopio in testa porta-mode o in modalità* di frequenza (dovrebbe essere porta-teste, anche se è* più* una questione di gusti)? Avete impostare i limiti di viaggio del giroscopio di utilizzare il massimo tiro possibile? Hai provato a ridurre il guadagno del giroscopio per vedere se ciò* risolve il problema? Spero che questo aiuti!
Yes. For some reason they haven't fixed this obvious flaw. I used nuts to retain the bolts, with the plates still in use to spread the load. HOBBYKING: please change the drill tap for the servo mounting plates to match the bolts! They are currently too big!
MY HK-600GT in action. YEP 120A HV ESC, Turnigy 600 H37404 910Kv motor, 8S 3700mAh Rhino packs, and 14 tooth 6mm pinion. The motor fits the frames without mods. Telemetry feedback shows 80A/2250W max "pull-out" power.
Thanks man! It's a terrific heli. I always wondered "what can it do that a 450 can't?". Since getting one, I can only say "fly with a presence that has to be seen to be believed". I've since switched to 4000mAh packs and a 15 tooth pinion, and you could probably go 5000mAh without trouble. The motor and ESC are perfect, and will handle up to 12S with the right pinions.
I have the HK500cmt, and am quite pleased with it, though I did convert it to a Tarot FBL. I have an Align Trex 600e Pro FBL kit, but wanted to get the HK600GT flybar first because it will be more affordable in the long run. I plan to fly my HK600 as an 8S, with two 4S 2200s in parallel (I fly my HK500 with two 3S 3300s in parallel. A lot of headspeed for scale...).
I was looking at the Turnigy T600 880kv but don't want to modify the frame, though thanks to the pics posted in FILES, it looks like a simple fix. The Turnigy 600 H37404 is a good fit and a few more kv, so if I decide to fly 6S I can still swing the blades at a decent rate. Looking at the Exceed Proton 100A HV ESC, mostly because I have had great luck with Exceed and HobbyWing, and can program both with one card. I suspect I will play with pinion settings in a headspeed calculator until I get around 2000. Thanks again for posting useful info. It was good to see what your setup is andnhow it flies! I'd give you best answer cred if I knew how!
Mate, I'm preaching to the choir! You have enough birds and experience to make this a "walk in the park". Note that the motor I used does not require frame mods in the HK-600, and goes well on 8S with a 14-15 tooth pinion. I have had good results with other ESCs, but the programming on the YEP is simply outstanding! Gain and integral adjustments - never seen that before. It also has "saved governor", so instead of settling on a new (but similar) governor speed each session, it adjusts to hit EXACTLY the speed it was set at, irrespective of battery condition. Credits can only be awarded by someone who asks a question, so if you ask a question and I give you a good reply, you can credit me. Anyhow, best of luck with your set-up - please tell us all how it goes. Happy flying, Straight UP!
I used 3 x HXT 10kg MG digitals (Product ID: HXT12K) on the cyclic and they have been EXCELLENT despite the crazy low price. Very smooth, precise and reliable. I even crashed once when one of the linkages popped off, and not one servo gear stripped! Make sure you get the genuine Align linkage set - it isn't expensive, but the HK set only allows 1-2 turns on each connector at proper lengths, which is why mine popped off. No troubles with the genuine Align set. I used a Power HD 8307TG servo on the tail, which is now sold as Turnigy 1256TG (Product ID TGY-1256TG). Gyro is a Futaba GY401 but two of my buddies use the GA-250 Mini Mems gyros and they are just as good.
Ok, thanks a lot, if i could credit you i absolutely would. I was looking at "Turnigy 620DMG HS High Torque Digital Servo (MG) 10.6kg / .13sec / 52g" for cyclic, but I'm thinking those HXT's are a better bet, They almost half the cost and with relatively similar specs. But, yea, if I go ahead with the 600 then ill be sure to pay close attention to those linkages. I have a bit of experience with the "HK clone" issues. My 450 I have to say has been flying brilliantly, its logged 3 and a half hours with no issues what so ever, and still cheaper than the esky belt-cp it replaced and muuuch cheaper than the genuine align equivilent. so that's why I'm considering a bigger bird. :)
recommended head speed for a 600 is 1700 - 1850
So with a 6S battery this is what you need. calculation is for 1800 HS, 100% throttle and 90% power system efficient.
10T pinion = 1540KV
11T pinion = 1400KV
12T pinion = 1280KV
13T pinion = 1180KV
14T pinion = 1100KV
I have the Turnigy Typhoon 600H and a 15T pinion. I stil asembling the bird so I havent tested this setup yet.
rcflightstore*com have a good selection of pinion
You do need to get full size servos for this heli. I'm using Align DS610 on cyclic, and a DS 620 on the tail. I went with genuine Align gear train as well. This is currently my favorite large helicopter!! I had very minimal issues with this build. Just always check for loctite in all critical areas.
But a FBL head is 50% - 70% of the price for the whole HK600GT kit (depending on the brand and if it is normal/DFC model)! So come on HK, let's have this one with FBL head and torque tube, thank you! And please make a nice small and light 7-channel OrangeRX with integrated ZYX, double satellite ports and 2S voltage support, thank you very much! :-)
hello can anyone help i want to no if it is possible to power this heli with the turnigy helidrive sk3 4962-560 kv motor on a 12s lipo set up with 2 6s 4000 mah turnigy lipos ??? would the 2 lipos fit under the canopy ? and what about the cg of the heli is it affected much by the 2 heavy lipos ??? please anyone if you could help ?
i received the kit today. impressive! but there are some little failures:
- pins at the head are too short - the two rods of the flybar cage broke at screwing BOTH! - one ball was glued with loctite to the mixing arm, there was no thread! unfortunately, the hole has 3,1mm too big to make a new thread... - the hole in the tailboom
the great advantage to 600ESP is, that you can throw the push-pull out!
the canopy is really ugly *sorry*
i had no problems with the tail, the head is smooth too.
BTW: where are spare parts?
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I have just received my HK600GT. It is not one of the first fabrics, but it is the actual version. I can tell you quality is OK and pinpoint are exactly 23 mm on mine. All seems very high quality and I'm very satisfied of the improvements wich were made on the kit. Sorry if I won't be able to give you "builder's review" or "flying test" before a few months because I have other private projects on the way, but I can tell you my HK600GT will be
Very nice kit for the money. The head pins came at 23mm on mine. So it looks like they are fixing some stuff. it has alot of bling and carbon fiber
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I received my HK 600 apx. 3 weeks ago. There seems to be different quality levels, because against all already given negative statements, my heli is nearly perfect. Equipped with a Align BL 650L with a 100A Roxxy ESC and Flightmax 6s 5000mAh the heli flies stable, powerful and without any problem. The rotorhead is o. k, all parts fit well and without any additional fitting work. Only the ball bearings of the tailrotorshaft had to be replaced.
Finally got the kit, overall looks good, as others have said, a bit rough, well packed, nothing seems to be missing. Not happy about the head pin issue, HK needs to fix this, and a couple bucks in store credit would be nice for those of us who have to make this repair. Will post flight test and setup after build.