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Old 08-18-2013, 10:59 AM   #1
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Default Heli-Max Black Hawk Review

My review of the new Heli-Max Black Hawk is now live on our sister site RCGroups.com, check it out at the link below!

Introduction

The new Black Hawk from Heli-Max is a great looking 1/43 scale representation of the famous UH-60 military helicopter. It boasts many fine details, usually only associated in plastic model kits, but of course this version actually flies. Powered by a brushless motor, with a torque tube driven raised tail, and a variable pitch four blade main rotor head, the Black Hawk also has the power to perform aerobatic flight.

The Black Hawk is available in a ready to fly package, and a transmitter ready package (TxR) that is compatible with any SLT transmitter. The TxR version is the subject of this review, using a Tactic TTX650 transmitter.

Check out the full review here.
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