Turnigy DSR Series electronic retract systems feature all metal gears and advanced micro controllers with an integrated circuit to automatically stop the retract and recover from jamming problems. The integrated circuit also protects against over-current draw. Turnigy DSR series retracts also feature working suspension, steerable nose wheel and all hardware required to install the retracts in your plane.
Spec: Nose Wheel: 35x10mm Nose Strut: 110mm (From pivot point to bottom of wheel) Main Wheel: 40x12mm Main Strut: 115mm (From pivot point to bottom of wheel) Mounting plate: 35x33mm System weight: 173g (Inc all wires and hardware) AUW Load: 3.4kg Voltage: 4.8~6.0v Current draw: 0.32A for 2 sec
Anyone know how the nose gear mounting plate is supposed to work? I received 4 plates. Two with notches that apparently fit the main gear. One with no notch as pictured and one the same size with four corner holes and a large rectangular cut out in the middle ( It looks like a frame with a hole in each corner.) Not sure how the nose gear plate is supposed to attach.
Very riggy, though a littlt bit expensive, but it's worthy
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I ordered these by mistake for my F16 model. They are of the wrong configuration for it, because the wheels are mounted at 0 degrees, and i needed the type 'C' wheels, which are mounted at a 20 degree offset. Having been pleasantly surprised at the speed of delivery, I was mad at myself for making this mistake. But instead of returning them for the correct ones, and having to wait another 3 or 4 weeks, I decided to see if I could adapt them for my F16. I undid the grubscrews that hold the wheel axle to the strut, and measured the thickness. I then bought a length of steel rod the same size, bent a 20 degree angle into it, and then trimmed them to length. Refitted them to the struts, and retained the wheels onto the axles with collets from the original kit wheels...and they are perfect!! Such an easy fix, and I am surprised the manufacturers don't make this simple for themselves AND us, by supplying a kit of two different axles for either 0 degree or 20 degree offsets. Would save themselves a lot of production costs. Thanks Hobbyking! Shame you don't carry more products in Europe to facilitate delivery here...how about it? Nick Cann