Synergy E7 BNF
Up for sale is my Bugatti of heli's, the Synergy E7. I'm only selling it because I don't need it. I'm not trying to boast, but my flying has progressed so much that I literally don't crash. And I bought this heli as a back up to my full time E7 (they are exact copies of each other). After buying this heli here on the forums I literally removed every bolt, inspected every square millimeter and part, replaced every bearing that needed to be, and cleaned the ones that didn't with an RPM bearing blaster then re-oilled them with the Scorpion bearing lube.
I'm very particular about my setups. I spend alot of time making the heli look as clean as possible. In this case I left only the ESC plug visible for tuning and optimizing. Also, I used the Skookum wiring bus to appropriately provide power to the HV servos via a 2 cell lipo. I stay away from regulators and BEC's because I have had both fail on other helis. I have never had a battery fail, especially since I buy a new receiver pack every year to make sure I have a fresh one.
After the complete rebuild I put maybe 20-30 flights on this bird for tuning and when my main heli was down for maintenance (every 100-150 flights I do a partial tear down to inspect and replace parts as necessary, which virtually illuminates mechanical failure). This heli has not been crashed and is basically, "like new" with miner nicks on the blades where I've hit big bugs. The motor can scratches are from the previous owner when he crashed. The motor works perfectly (I inspected the bearings and spooled it up without the head our tail on, just shafts, to check for vibrations from the motor - there were none) despite this cosmetic flaw.
Let's talk about flight performance. My first impression of this heli was that it fly's better than the simulator, and that still is the case with both of my E7's. I practice on the simulator 10 min everyday, and if I can do it in the simulator I know I can do it on this heli. The airframe and new CGY750 work amazing together. And the cool thing about the 750 is that all the tuning is done in the FBL unit, so all you literally have to do is bind your controller to it and fly because I already tuned it. Obviously, with anything that fly's you should do a complete one over to make sure everything is functioning correctly, and if you are not sure about something please seek help. I fly this heli at two head speeds; 1600 and 2100. 1600 is used 95% of the time because I get 7+ minutes of very technical flying and there is plenty of power. The 2100 flights are just for fun. The power system and airframe are amazing at harnessing and developing massive amounts of power. At 2100 this heli can move around like a 450! It will put a smile on your face. Those flights last 4.5 to 5 min.
I'm offering this heli in two options. BNF of RTF.
BNF $1100 - all electronics needed to fly are included. All you need is a Futaba radio that is compatible with a R6208SB receiver, batteries and charger.
Please don't hesitate to ask me any questions, or request to see additional photos. Notice there is a little dust on the heli... That's because it's been sitting in my hobby room for three months. I'll clean it up before shipping. And as with anything I sell you can always call me after the fact for tuning, repair, and setup help. Pricing includes shipping to lower forty eight and PayPal fees.
I'm posting this on eBay too so you can see additional feedback. Link coming shortly.