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Old 05-16-2012, 06:18 PM   #1
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Default WFLY New 500 Size Electric Helicopter

Hello,everyone, Here is our latest new product from WFLY--Vortex 5 Large electric helicopter for most pilots who expected for a long time.

Here I want to share some of pictures and flying video for this helicopter which is quite different from other brand helicopters.

Let's look at the specification of Vortex 5
Length:810mm
Height:300mm
Main Rotor Length:425mm/430mm
Main Rotor Diameter:920mm
Tail Rotor Diameter:198mm
Motor Pinion Gear:16T/18T
Main Drive Gear:120T
Autorotation Tail Drive:80T
Tail Drive Gear:12T
Drive Gear Ratio:7.5:1:4.67/6.67:1:4.67
Max Rotor Head RPM: 2850
Weight:830G
Whole Weight:1750G

Recommend Electric Equipment
Gyro: high performance AVCS gyro.
ESC: 80A
Servo: 45-65G digital servo. the size (41.5mm*21mm*38mm)
Motor:3720size. 1100KV Note: 900KV-1300KV. Don't surpass 1300KV
Battery: 6 cells 22.2V 2800mAh 30C
Radio control system: WFT09SII/WFT09II /WFT07/WFT06II/WFT06X-A

Vortex 5 is available for electric system.
Simple and light weight design provides awesome flight performance and extreme 3D capability.

Vortex 5 adopted tail rotor belt drive system which make the helicopter more cheaper than shaft drive system and more easy for reparing.

Main Rotor head With thrust bearing on main rotor head Typical CCPM swashplate system
which easy for pilot to control the helicopter on flying when you are operating 3D flying with fast speed.




Frame Part:
Rigid carbon fiber frame design
Very easy for repairing when got unexpected crash!

Looking at the frame carefully. the size of servo mount tell you that standard servo are needed to drive directly.


Battery tray designed close to the rotor head makes it more easy to control gravity center of the helicopter.

Tail Rotor Head
Tail rotor head run with thrust bearing.
Rear tail servo mount been set on tail boom which makes it more convenient to adjust the linkage of tail servo, making tail drive rapidly





Here is the video for this helicopter

Thanks for watching

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looks pretty good,
wish i could afford a new heli.
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looks pretty good,
wish i could afford a new heli.
Look's cool. I'm going to be testing it soon for bugs and report. I don't think this will break you're bank.
Why buy a clone if you can buy this.
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so how is this heli doing?
i think im getting close to being able to get back in, im still leaning towards a 500 this go around.
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so how is this heli doing?
i think im getting close to being able to get back in, im still leaning towards a 500 this go around.
I haven't got them. World Fly going to send me one to test and do a short review. And it's going on sale soon too. I'll keep on posted. Hope it's good.
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thats cool,
i`ll check in once in awhile to see whats going on.
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thats cool,
i`ll check in once in awhile to see whats going on.
It's going to be very nice but they been a bit slow. I'll take many pic here. I'll let you know when it become availble.
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very cook. www.sellerfromchina.com
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