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Ron S
03-29-2008, 10:20 PM
I just found this site,and for the money it looks like a good deal. It's called a Black Hawk 450. http://ka-planes.com/inc/sdetail/1344

HeliG
03-29-2008, 10:29 PM
Looks like a knock off T-rex

Ron S
03-29-2008, 10:35 PM
It sure does! The thing that caught my attention is that the web/site/dealer does a 5 point check BEFORE shipping the Heli out. That alone (if true) could save allot of head aches. http://ka-planes.com/5_point_quality_check

bassplayinDude
03-30-2008, 09:36 PM
I don't know about their helis, but I've placed two parts orders in the last month with KA-Planes on Fridays and my parts arrived at my house on Monday.

Tragedy Trousers
03-30-2008, 09:48 PM
I just found this site,and for the money it looks like a good deal. It's called a Black Hawk 450. http://ka-planes.com/inc/sdetail/1344

Yep, Im flying this one. Bought it last week from them. Very nice flying Heli. :D I didnt have to set anything up with it since they did it for me. Nice stable hover on first flight. They also are well stocked with parts for it. Same type of rotor head parts the Trex uses. Also has some compatibility with the Esky Belt CP. Stiffer frame then the Belt CP and better landing gear.

ginnz
03-31-2008, 03:21 AM
Looks like a knock off T-rex


hahahahaaa.....

you guys say everything with rotor blades is a t-trex knock-off.... ;-)

Ron S
04-01-2008, 04:48 AM
I ordered the 450SE Sunday,and checked the order,and it was shipped out this afternoon. I talked to the owner,and he answered all my questions about the heli. The parts are priced way below the Trex parts. TT does if hover real stable? The owner said that I could fly it,with my limmited skills (I've flew a HBFP for a year). I've never flown a bigger heli,and have heard that they are much more stable. Ron

Tragedy Trousers
04-01-2008, 01:41 PM
I ordered the 450SE Sunday,and checked the order,and it was shipped out this afternoon. I talked to the owner,and he answered all my questions about the heli. The parts are priced way below the Trex parts. TT does if hover real stable? The owner said that I could fly it,with my limmited skills (I've flew a HBFP for a year). I've never flown a bigger heli,and have heard that they are much more stable. Ron
If you have been flying the Honeybee FP for a year you will have not have any trouble flying this. I also have a HB FP and have been flying it for a couple of months. I found the Blackhawk 450 easier to fly then the HB FP. Much more stable in a hover. Just a incredible ammount of power compared to the HB.

Ron S
04-01-2008, 01:59 PM
Yeah,the FP is a little under powered,but ya can't beat it for a trainer. The first thing it taught me was___it didn't like wind any better than my Lama did flying out side.:D Ron