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HK-450pro gets a F3C Streamline body

Old 02-26-2011, 01:19 PM
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I found an Esky CP canopy in my LHS and thought i could fit my HK 450 TT inside that ,

it was a tight fit with a few mods it fitted well , i had to lower the gyro mount and drill a few more holes ,

it flys very well the F3C canopys are made for 3d flying, i will get some pics flying soon

phil
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had to cut the body at the rear to fit the larger servo on the PRO / TT
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Old 02-26-2011, 09:32 PM
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ORIGINAL: madphil

I found an Esky CP canopy in my LHS and thought i could fit my HK 450 TT inside that ,

it was a tight fit with a few mods it fitted well , i had to lower the gyro mount and drill a few more holes ,

it flys very well the F3C canopys are made for 3d flying, i will get some pics flying soon

phil
Hey Phil,

That looks really awesome.. Much nicer than just a normal canopy..

Great work!
Old 02-27-2011, 02:25 AM
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Thanks Rob theres a few colours its for the E-SKY belt 400cp i think you would not need to cut the canopy if you was using a 450 GT or 450se it dont weigh much and has no effect on flying theres a small spring loaded hatch under the front for changing the battery.

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Old 03-22-2011, 09:02 AM
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Had my HK-450 TT out again today it flys great even with some wind the little extra weight makes it very stable , flying close to the ground is better aswell take off is very smooth and no diffarance in flight times.
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