Referencia: 2017 E
Palas del rotor de cola Juego de 2 palaslongitud = 130 mmancho = 35 mm13 gsimétricopara portacuchillas con portacuchillas de 5 mm (¡no para portacuchillas Vario!), 1 orificio, Ø 3 mmcompatible con NHP
Política de seguridad
Política de envío
Política de devolución
No hay reseñas de clientes en este momento.
The use of an articulated centre support in helicopters with extreme high mounted tail booms (e.g. Hughes 500) helps to balance up to 30 mm vertical off-set between mechanics and tail rotor. The centre support is double ballraced and pre-assembled.
Stainless steel tube 8.0 mm2-part (462 mm + 1160 mm)
Of course the explanation of Ord.No. 17/10 concerning a 2 mm steel drive wire in acrobatics applies not only for fuselages, it is similar for training helicopters.When you convert a trainer you use the existing tail boom. Main gearbox and tail gearbox have to be provided with a claw connector 49/12 each.Models over a certain age should be checked whether...
On a model helicopter like the Hughes 500 e.g. the tail boom is extremely high connected. Therefore an articulated centre support is applied in addition to the articulated tail drive system. The centre support is double ballraced and pre-assembled.Articulated joint tail drive systemwith articulated centre support
Connecting plug for stainless steel tube 8 mm pack of 2
This version of the ballraced tail rotor drive system is designed for installation in full-fuselage models. Power is transmitted by a 6 mm stainless steel drive shaft with a length of 980 mm.This length ensures that the system can be used in virtually all our larger fuselages, provided that the main and tail rotors are fitted with the articulated...
Connecting plug for ø 6 mm tubePack of 2
Component part for fuselages, Ord.No. 6030 or 6031.
Advanced pilots appreciate the more precise control response of a rigid tail rotor drive system, as provided by a stainless steel drive shaft. Stainless steel tube 6.0 x 0.3 x 950 mm
Stainless steel tail rotor drivefor 25 mm Ø tail boomwith 0.8 mm wall thicknesscomplete as shown
Centre bearing for lattice fuselage Alouette II and Bell 47
When a 2 mm steel drive wire is used between main gearbox and tail gearbox the tail rotor might yaw the heli during acrobatics (e.g. turn), because the wire might "wind up". At this moment a small "wind up" will cause a small change of tail rpm, which requires steering corrections.A so-called "rigid" tail drive system gives a more exact drive to the tail...
PTFE guides in the tail boom provide the necessary "lubrication" for the drive shaft, which eliminates the need to oil the system separately.PTFE guide for 0.8 mm tail boomPack of 3
Connecting plug for stainless steel tube 5 mm pack of 2