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Old 05-03-2012, 02:46 AM   #1
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Hi again to everybody,

I am really glad for such a good informative forum and such responsive peoples.
So, my bird is already come and waiting for the assembling.
I still did not purchase anything yet because I want to discuss it with you guys first.

Planning config and part list:

Basic kit Gaui Hurricane 425 (in future extend to 550)

Motor: Hyperion HP-HS3026-1210

Gyro: Spartan Quark MEMS AVCS Gyro V2.02 (what is the difference between black, clear and gold edition?)

ESC: Castle Creations Phoenix ICE 75

BEC: Built in 5A

Servo's:
- Cyclic: Hyperion HP-DS20-FMD
- Tail: Hyperion HP-DS20x-GCD + tail servo boom mounting set

Batteries: 2x3Sx2650mah

Transmitter and receiver: Spectrum DX6i combo with receiver AR6200
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...iver-No-Servos

Blades: wooden for the beginning and for the beginners

Any comments are welcome.

ps I am the beginner in heli fly. I am practicing right now with Blade MCPX and simulator.

Thanks guys for the support.

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Old 05-03-2012, 05:51 PM   #2
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a pinion
Servo mounting plates, for looks and ease of install.
Trex600 landing skids and struts (redrill of holes needed, but easy)
PC connection for ESC?
20T OWB, to be on the safe side. (Some reported problems with the 19T, and i suspect a failure on my Hurri425 also)
Push rod adjuster http://www.heliflightcenter.com/2046...d_p/204661.htm

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Old 05-03-2012, 07:47 PM   #3
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Hi p00fman, would you please to tell me what is the failure with the 19T ? I am about to build my first CP gaui and my setup will be pretty much the same as wakeup. What use is the Push rod adjuster?

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Old 05-04-2012, 06:58 AM   #4
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Hi to all,

to sp00fman
Pinion
agree, still under discussion, with a such motor I am planning to have 16T with 1210kV motor = 16/50/19/61 = 2750RPM
Servo mounting plates, for looks and ease of install
Could you please explain that, or better link reference.
Trex600 landing skids and struts (redrill of holes needed, but easy)
Yes, I heard about Trex600 landing skids that it is really nice and strong but what about struts?
PC connection for ESC?
Yep, I'll check it.
20T OWB, to be on the safe side. (Some reported problems with the 19T, and i suspect a failure on my Hurri425 also)
Please explain the issue.
Push rod adjuster http://www.heliflightcenter.com/2046...d_p/204661.htm
What is the purpose of this thing?

to tolenca
could you please listed your gaui config. I just want to check the difference.

thanks guys
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Old 05-04-2012, 08:15 AM   #5
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Sure....

Basic kit Gaui Hurricane 425
Motor: Turnigy 500 H3126 1300KV
Pinion: 14T (Front G:50 OWB: 19T Rear G:61)
Gyro: Spartan Quark
ESC: Castle Creations Phoenix ICE 75
BEC: Built in 5A
Servo's:
Cyclic: Hyperion HP-DS20-FMD
Tail: Hyperion HP-DS20x-GCD
Batteries: Nano-tech 1x6Sx2650mah 35C
Transmitter and receiver: Hitec Aurora 9x and Optima 7
Blades: 430mm Carbon Fiber Blades

Like Wakeup says… Any comments are welcome.
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Old 05-04-2012, 08:37 AM   #6
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Yep, looks the same except few things.
Do you know the difference about Spartan Quark modifications: Black, transparent, gold? Only the case?
One more question. As I still did not decided, where (shop) are you planning to purchase whole the listed things?
I thought that the main blades (wooden) are included in the kit, but it is not.
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