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New in Box G10 OUTRAGE G5 Flybarless Head Kit w/ 1700 KV Motor and Fiberglass Blades. New in Box kit all packages still sealed, small crease back tip of one side of the canopy. $200 including shipping and paypal fees.
I also have a flybar G5 kit if you would rather have it, PM or email for details.
Outrage Specifications: G10 OUTRAGE G5 Flybarless kit (FG Blades + 1700KV Motor - Pick your option Combo Designed by the well-respected helicopter designer Charley Stephens, this new heli defines a new concept of low head speed, high voltage micro helicopters. With super low amp draw (average 9amp compared to 25A of other 450 size helicopters) this chopper can perform incredibly double 3D flight time compared to its rivals on a single pack of battery at unbelievable 2400rmp head speed. With programmable head and tail, this heli is so versatile it can be suitable for beginners to highest demand 3D pilots. Features Kit - Including : Manual 1700KV Motor Beautifully crafted CNC anodized parts True 120 Degree CCPM Servo layout for precision control and geometry Compact frame height for enhanced 3D fight characteristics Large adjustable battery tray positions for various battery shapes and sizes Fiberglass 350mm extremely stable blades 15 Degrees +/- achievable pitch ranges Flybarless head Thrust bearings on main blade grips One piece 3D dampers Ceramic main and tail rotor shaft support bearings High quality screw hardware Programmable tail rotor ratios 11t included for 4.664:1, (10t Optional for 4.24:1), (12t Optional for 5.088 :1) Ball raced double pivot tail control system High quality tail rotor drive belt Fiberglass painted canopy Parts compatibility with other brand helicopters for most crashes.