It's with a sad heart that I have to sell my helicopters, starting with my Tiger 50.
Included are a brand new (3 flight) OS SXH Hyper high output 50 w/Evolution exhaust, all digitial Competition Digital Servo High Speed High Torque Airtronics 94758 servos for everything except throttle, a Futaba 401 Gyro amd Maveric carbon blades. The only thing not top of the line is the stock canopy.
History: I bought the airframe used with wood blades. I set it up with the servos, motor and gyro to learn how to fly. I spent a number of hours on the simulator before taking to the this machine. The simulator worked as I was able to hover immediately upon taking this bird out. I chose a local exper flyer to guide me and we had a great time with me learning how to hover and move the heli around the sky quite well for a first timer. Like I said, the simulator worked as I really had little difficulty hovering the heli. Then life got in the way and I just didn't get out as often as needed and the heli just collected dust in my garage until now. I hate to sell it, but there is no reason someone else shouldn't get to enjoy this great flying heli.
The reason I went with the Tiger are the cheap and available parts and overall design philosophy. This is a great first or second heli. There is well over $1500 worth of stuff here and I could part it out for more $ but I'd rather give someone else a foot up as they say and I'll sell the heli basically RX/battery ready to fly. Included are several sets of additional carbon blades which alone are worth at least half of the asking price of $500 + shipping OBO. Expect shipping to be about $50-75 depending on distance and carrier. I typically use FedEx. I'd like to keep the boom attached so the setup doesn't get messed with but I can remove it if you like.
First "I'll take it" gets it and I take Paypal as a family friend or add 4% to cover fees. I also have a JR Vigor 90 deal which will be posted shortly. email@example.com
Mr. Hunt, This is Mission Impossible.
Difficult should be a walk in the park.