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Helibug UAV 800 RC Gas Helicopter w/ Saito 4-Stroke Radial Gas Engine – RTF/BNF Only

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Helibug UAV 800 RC Helicopter w/ Saito 4-Stroke Radial Gas Engine – Available RTF or BNF Only.

1000ml dual fuel tank capacity
Optional Electric Axial Flux Autostart/DC Generator
Saito 4-Stroke Radial Gas Engine
Compatible with Pixhawk

http://www.helibug.com
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The E-Sky 300 V2 fixed pitch RC helicopter is one of the best flying FP RC helis I’ve flown to date! It handles wind much better than most micro FP helicopters currently on the market thanks to the rotor blades and head speed.

Unlike most fixed pitch RC helicopters that use non-symmetrical high lift rotors; the E-Sky’s 300 V2 uses symmetrical rotors like most collective pitch RC helicopters use. These blades are also spinning at higher head speeds. This combination gives the 300 V2 cyclic response similar to collective pitch RC helicopters.

So what’s the catch? Why don’t all FP RC helicopters also use this blade design coupled with higher head speeds? Well, this more aggressive cyclic response will make the 300 V2 harder to fly for newbies. Fixed pitch is where most newcomers to the world of RC helicopters get their start – the 300 V2 is not ideally suited to them. It’s also more complicated to work on with the fuselage over a simple pod & boom design.

It is however a perfect at home yard or indoor flyer for those that already have some RC helicopter flying experience and want a fixed pitch RC helicopter that has some wind handling ability.

The E Sky 300 V2 also looks amazing! One of the best looking fixed pitch micros currently on the market in my opinion with a streamlined F3C style fuselage in Airwolf livery.

The E-Sky 300 V2 has well behaved flight characteristics thanks to an auto-level flybarless flight control system which goes a long way to tame it down. It’s a pleasant and predicable little heli that isn’t over powered and thanks to the innovative belt driven main rotor, is surprisingly quiet.

The E-Sky 300 V2 comes as a ready to fly (RTF) package. It comes in two versions – Mode 1 (throttle on the right) & Mode 2 (throttle on the left). Ensure you choose the correct version at time of checkout if you decide to get one. Both RTF versions are priced at around 0 USD and come with one LiPo flight battery. You’ll also need 4-AA batteries for the radio/transmitter.

Links:
E-Sky 300 V2 RTF (ready to fly) RC Helicopter Package:
Banggood: https://www.banggood.com/custlink/GKGR48lsII
E-Sky Hobby: https://www.ebay.com/itm/174934826692

E-Sky 300 V2 OpenTX Setup Video:
https://youtu.be/64tDBiX6U78

My original E-Sky F150 V2 Reviews:
Video: https://youtu.be/SyV2mhDl0GA
Website: https://www.rchelicopterfun.com/esky-f150-v2.html

Chapters:
0:00 Howdy Folks
0:59 What’s in the box
7:42 Sizing it up
8:51 Powering it up
13:12 Binding Procedure
14:26 How does it fly
20:11 Safe Flight Time
21:05 Inside the 300 V2

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