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Old 03-12-2024, 10:47 AM
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I wonder what happened with Behotec turbines, are they still in business?
I have a friend with Behotec and he needs to send it to service and some repair, and there is no way to contact the manufacturer,
no website, no phone, simply nothing.
Who takes care of these engines if by chance the manufacturer quits and doesn't work anymore? Who to contact which can handle Behotec turbines?

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Old 03-12-2024, 07:05 PM
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Looks like Thomas sold out (see below) my experience was very difficult in dealing with him due to his limited English.

https://www.aerodesignworks.com/en/p...-jet-turbines/

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Old 03-13-2024, 05:19 AM
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Originally Posted by F900
Looks like Thomas sold out (see below) my experience was very difficult in dealing with him due to his limited English.

https://www.aerodesignworks.com/en/p...-jet-turbines/
Thank you for the link and update. Ive been wondering what happened with Behotec too. Loved their retracts and engines.
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..............and the retract division? Anybody knows what happened to this section please?
Thanks
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..............and the retract division? Anybody knows what happened to this section please?
Thanks
I have just ordered spare parts for my Behotec gear in Germany from the dealer called Jautsch (I am not allow to post a link, so please add a (.de) to jautsch and you will be on their web. They speak english and have good connection to Behotec.

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Ah ok! I know the shop as I bought stuff from them already! Thanks.
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And what about their turbines? Who takes care of them? Who can we contact?
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https://www.aerodesignworks.com/en/p...-jet-turbines/

these are not behotec turbines
but he may be able to help send them a email and put it for the attention for Moritz he is very helpful
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Originally Posted by zx6rg2
https://www.aerodesignworks.com/en/p...-jet-turbines/

these are not behotec turbines
but he may be able to help send them a email and put it for the attention for Moritz he is very helpful
Thank you.
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I was told by the Canadian dealer Altecare that Behotec is no longer making turbines but, they will still service existing ones. I have a 10yr old Behotec 190 that has been the most reliable turbine I have ever owned.
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Originally Posted by luv2flyrc
I was told by the Canadian dealer Altecare that Behotec is no longer making turbines but, they will still service existing ones. I have a 10yr old Behotec 190 that has been the most reliable turbine I have ever owned.
Hi
It is encouraging to understand that there are still those who stand behind the product, but how exactly do you contact them?
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https://www.altecare.com/
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I cannot connect. Is the link correct please? Thanks
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the link is correct... a german rc forum with the same theme...
... and emailadress....:
[email protected]

OT.:
in Europe there is much more money to earn with drones for the Ukraine War without gurantee and only one time use as for modell aircrafts in frequent use and annoying customers. OT.

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Old 04-06-2024, 09:45 AM
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Thank you.
I'll send them an email, and hope to get some answer from them.
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