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Roban HH-60 Jayhawk US Coast Guard Scale Helicopter

Discussion in 'R/C Helicopters and Drones' started by dominicm, Jul 25, 2020.

   
  1. dominicm

    dominicm 70cc twin V2

    Adrian flies his spectacular Roban HH-60 Jayhawk US Coast Guard Helicopter in breezy conditions and makes it look easy. A lot of custom detail added to this helicopter to make it look as authentic as possible in the air.

     
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  2. Nice looking whirlybird.
     
  3. Well done. We make a 4-blade head for sport use (600-class), which a good friend designed. I fit one to one of my models (Pantera P6) and stuffed it into an Agusta A109 fuselage with good results. Here's a link to our making the rotor head:

    . . . and another to the A109 flying:

    . . . and like the fellow with the HH-60, it's great fun. I've been flying fixed wing since 1972 and other than a brief foray into rotary wing in 1974 or 1975 (not successful, I still have the remains), I well remember not caring one whit for helicopters 'until' one morning I woke up with what my wife referred to as 'helicopter on the brain'. That began a passion that's stayed with me since 1989. yes, I still fly fixed wing (more than helis these days), but I absolutely love also flying helicopters. anyway, I enjoyed watching this fellow's model. Thanks for sharing.
     
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