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HobbyKing 450 4-Blade Rotor Head

HobbyKing 450 4-Blade Rotor Head

4 Blade rotor head for V2 or newer HK Heli.
Quality machined components ensure tight fitting shafts and bearings with little to no slop for accurate flight characteristics.
Blade grips take standard 325mm blades.
Dont be mistake by the price, the quality of this rotor head is excellent!

Limited stock production due to a small assembly team. Preorder to avoid dissapointment.


PRODUCT ID: GT450-002-4


Weight: 369g Quantity: 
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Price $22.87

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Total of 80 discussions.
hitekhead  44 points - 9/25/2014
 
hi guys, what is the diammeter of the main shaft? thanks
L'Heureux  1 points - 9/18/2014
 
What is the size of the main shaft
mike  1 points - 7/14/2014
 
is there a 500 size 4 bladed head that hobbyking sells
Marius  6 points - 7/6/2014
 
Is this a flybarless rotor head like the same product with 5 blades (GT450-001-5 ) ?
 Colin 3 points
yes this is a flybarless head I've just ordered one for my hk gt 450 and its going into a scale EC 135
ben  1 points - 4/15/2014
 
What material is the shaft? Is it hollow or solid? How near to vertical can the collective pitch be set?
 Doobieman 1066 points
1. Metal 2. Solid 3. Huh? Methinks you really don't know why you're asking this ridiculous question, but normally your maximum collective shouldn't exceed 12-15 degrees, and even that can be considered extreme.
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 Nobby 176 points
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kdawgdinner
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2 thumbs up!
The trick is that you do the phasing mechanically. Align 1 blade with the tail and slide the follower so that the linkage is 0 degree offset. That way you can fly it WITHOUT flybarless electronics. The tal stills needs a bit more authority. I have a high RPM on the head and a very flat pitch curve (-4 to plus8). And a little expo didn't hurt either (never use expo before). I use standard (cheap) fibreglass blades which you can buy anywhere. I use a


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Hoover
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1 thumbs up!
Nice finish and good fit.The supplied shaft is a snug fit in the bearings and all the parts need thread lock, but stll very nice. Generates massive torque and is very quick to respond. Need head speed HIGH and pitch LOW in order for the tail to hold. Sounds different too.Thrilling!!! Get one.


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Arsenio
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1 thumbs up!
Una autentica chulada


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I just ordered one...before reading the reviews! Were there not any construction instructions included with the head?...if not, I feel that they should have been included, thus avoiding the needless consumption of building time, not to mention the confusion of the builds by so many!


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all metal quality pretty tuff and tight, no instructions..great price


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