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Old 05-28-2009, 07:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default KASAMA Srimok 90 Build Videos

Many will be familiar with the distinctive Kasama head and tail rotor upgrades having the hall mark of precision engineering. Now Kasama has released his first helicopter kit the Srimok 90 featuring not only the characteristic precision but also some innovative design features packaged up in a beautifully presented kit.

For those who missed my visit to the Kasama factory in Supanibori, Thailand - you can check it out here - otherwise here's a few photos to wet your appetite and the first video:


Manuals of the Srimok Classic Nitro and ECO

Srimok 90 Build Video 1 - What's In The Box - wmv 60MB


Srimok 90 Build Video 2 - Frame Base & Landing Gear - wmv 80MB


Srimok 90 Build Video 3 - Engine and Fan - wmv 66MB


Srimok 90 Build Video 4 - Frames wmv 52 MB


Srimok 90 Build Video 5 Frame Bearings wmv 66 MB


Srimok 90 Build Video 6 - Assembly and Fitting Main Gear HD - wmv 53MB


Srimok 90 Build Video 7 - Main frame Fittings - Clutch Block - Fan Shroud HD wmv 118MB


Srimok 90 Build Video - Installation of Servos - wmv 100MB


Srimok 90 Build Video - Swash to Seesaw - wmv 65 MB


Srimok 90 Build Video 10 - Maingrip and Pushrod Assembly - wmv 67MB


Srimok 90 Build Video 11 - Tail Gearbox and Rotor - wmv 86MB


Srimok 90 Build Video - 12 Tail boom - wmv 72MB


Srimok 90 Flight Video - Test at Coolum - wmv 55MB or YouTube
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Old 05-28-2009, 07:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 05-28-2009, 08:03 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Wow! This is a nice heli, gives me ideas, nice to see different products coming to the market, this sure looks like a nice heli and well engineered.

Will be paying close attention to this build, by the way John your MA Stratus build help me out with my Spectra G build.

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Old 05-28-2009, 10:11 AM   #5 (permalink)
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SWEET! I love the look of this heli!

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That's pretty funny that they are using Easton arrows for their TT. Makes sense though.

http://www.addictedtoarchery.com/eas...hafts-523.html
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Is it possible to download the montage user guide ? i'm not able to find it into Kasama web site
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wow....you must be one of the luckiest guys in the Heli world right about now....damn

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Old 05-28-2009, 03:05 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Not just an Rc Heli , this machine is a piece of art , wow , best helicopter i ever seen , and not overpriced like other 90s , gl on the build m8, and thanks for this videos, soon ill be buying 1 of this.
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Old 05-28-2009, 04:25 PM   #10 (permalink)
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That's pretty funny that they are using Easton arrows for their TT. Makes sense though.

http://www.addictedtoarchery.com/eas...hafts-523.html
Well spotted - took me a while to figure out till I googled Easton xx75 - the shafts are just $4 each so I'll be looking at the feasibility of changing drive ferrules of the ends in case the TT ends up looking like a pretzel !!
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Old 05-28-2009, 05:06 PM   #11 (permalink)
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SWEET I WANT ONE SO BAD, AWESOME HELI. LUCKY MAN. LOOKING FORWARD TO THE REST OF THE VIDS.
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Nice...

Hey John,

What size shaft is the T.T. ... There should be a # on it like 2216,2218,2117,2315,etc.

I might have a box or 2 sitting here.
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Funny, cuz when I saw that they were arrows I thought of you George.
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Thats funny. I actually have to build a couple dozen this week for a couple people...
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Well spotted - took me a while to figure out till I googled Easton xx75 - the shafts are just $4 each so I'll be looking at the feasibility of changing drive ferrules of the ends in case the TT ends up looking like a pretzel !!
Bergen machines also use arrow shafts. Really cuts the cost to repair the boom after crashes and the Bergen ends are all reusable. Pretty good system.
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Wow, that is art work! The Murcielago of RC Heli's

Who's going to be distributing them in the U.S.?
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Wow, that is art work! The Murcielago of RC Heli's

Who's going to be distributing them in the U.S.?
I heard that you can place a pre-order with GrandRC.
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hey. the guy in the pictures of the trip to thailand the one with the sandals on either has a little foot, or thats a big heli. seems bigger than the t rex 700 or maybe its just me.
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Merc !! I hope there will be some rodent friendly video on this one
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Old 05-29-2009, 02:39 AM   #20 (permalink)
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Here's the manual

Quick query - I've kept the video screen size down to keep video downloads manageable - anyone think larger format or resolution desirable ? Should post Engine Mount & frame base tonight
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