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Old 05-03-2012, 09:59 AM   #1
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Default Thunder Tiger Mini Titan E325 V2 with FBL Head

Thunder Tiger have released the flybarless head version of the new Mini Titan E325 V2!

From Thunder Tiger

A flybarless head makes the Thunder Tiger Mini Titan E325 V2 FBL the ultimate 450-size electric 3D machine! The FBL design opens up a new world of extreme flight, and the Mini Titan retains all of its other superb features including a torque tube-driven tail, 120 CCPM control and much more. The flybarless head offers many benefits like faster response rates, more power, longer flight times, fewer parts and overall simplicity of design. Heli pilots can enjoy crisp tail response and 100% power transfer with the torque tube-driven tail. The Mini Titan FBL also features a 120 swash plate with enlarged pitch control rods. Plus, modelers can choose between the kit and ARF versions, both with and without a motor and ESC, and all including high-quality carbon fiber blades!

Flybarless rotor head with pre-assembled two-piece main grips
Upgraded, rigid carbon main frame
Lightweight CNC machined aluminum tail case
Torque tube-driven tail drive system
120 CCPM control system
One-piece molded skids
Integrated battery and ESC tray
Machined aluminum tail rotor grips
Compatible with most 3-axis gyros
Pre-painted, narrow fiberglass canopy
Thunder Tiger V2 carbon fiber main and tail blades are included

Specifications:
Main Rotor Diameter: 29.3 in (745 mm)
Main Rotor Blade Length: 12.8 in (325 mm)
Tail Rotor Diameter: 6.1 in (156 mm)
Length: 25.2 in (640 mm)
Width: 4.7 in (120 mm)
Height: 8.2 in (208 mm)
RTF Weight: 22 oz (624 g)

The Mini Titan E325 V2 Flybarless Heli Kit will be available late April.

TTRE0020 Mini Titan E325 V2 FBL Heli Kit w/CF Blades Retail: $429.99 Street: $279.99

Also available in late April:
TTRE0021 Mini Titan E325 V2 FBL Heli Kit w/Motor/ESC/CF Blades Retail: $529.99 Street: $349.99
TTRE0023 Mini Titan E325 V2 FBL Heli ARF w/CF Blades Retail: $449.99 Street: $299.99
TTRE0024 Mini Titan E325 V2 FBL Heli ARR w/Moror/ESC/CF Blads Retail: $549.99 Street: $359.99
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Old 05-03-2012, 10:00 AM   #2
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Check it out!

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Old 05-04-2012, 09:26 PM   #3
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So close to pulling the trigger on this one to replace my 450 Pro, but I just cant get over the phillips head screws.
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Don't let the screws scare you off, you can always replace the phillips head screws later on down the line.... but I know what you mean, not a huge fan of them myself, but I don't think that would stop me.
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I know Im being picky. I may have to get one, just getting tired of the 450 pro.
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:35 PM   #6
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FWIW, I just received one of these and the frame has all cap head screws, no phillips head screws in sight.

Full review to follow after Joe Nall!
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Old 05-07-2012, 09:49 PM   #7
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Hmmmm, thats good to know.
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