313012-NX4 Kit B

NX4 Combo B

US$1,050.00

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Product Description

Suitable Model fo NX4 Series  Standard Optional Accessory
Key Features:
●First production model of its kind.  425mm Nitro powered by GAUI 37 Engine.
●Extremely easy to tune engine.
●220cc/9oz fuel tank provides 6.5 min+ flight times.
●Incredible fuel economy allowing close to 17 flights/gallon of fuel.
●Excellent power to weight ratio similar to most .90 sized Nitro Helicopters.
●Simple, robust, reliable frame construction. Carbon side frames same part # both L &amp, R.
Plenty of frame space for mounting electronics.
●“Electric feeling” gear ratio-model provides excellent low-end
torque and is very forgiving for inexperienced pilots.
●Many parts shared with GAUI X4 and GAUI X5.
●Direct Servos -&gt, Swash for 120-degree CCPM providing extremely easy setup and operation.
●Adjustable servo mounting blocks for precise CCPM operation.
●Accommodates “Mini” sized servos.
●8mm Main Shaft.  6mm Head Axle (spindle).
●Stylish pre-painted FRP Canopy.
Specifications: Main blade size: 425~460mm
Tail blade size: 70~77mm
Main Gear ratio: 7.06: 1 (120t main gear 17t pinion)
Tail drive ratio: 4.36: 1 (61 / 14)
Fuel tank: 220cc / 9oz (176g)
Servo size: “Mini”
Delivery content: -#313450-FRP painted canopy
-#313500-NX4 CF Tail Rotor Blade Set(77mm) x1
-#313600-CF main blades (425L-CFA) x1
-#922511-GS-511 Coreless metal gear Mini Servox4
-#922518-GS-518 Coreless metal gear Mini Servo x1
GAUI Mini VBar x1
Not included: - GAUI 37 Engine
- GAUI Muffler
- GAUI Governor
- GAUI Automatic glow starter
- NX4 Auxiliary fuel tank set (60cc 2.1oz)
Optional: Engine: GAUI 37SZ-H
Muffler: 30 class muffler.

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