Time for something new, my Goblin 700 Competition is for sale. I purchased on the release date from Helidirect, and have flown 116 flights with it since. It was always my second or third heli, I spend most of my time burning nitro rather than electrons. It has no crashes or damage, and the paint is not faded from sitting in the sun like some Goblins get over time, because it's spent most of its time in my house.
For mods from stock, it has a few.
I have installed the front frame section from the Goblin Speed on it to move the ESC up to the top front of the frame from underneath. The stock setup does not get modified at all to add this, it bolts on top of the existing frames, and can be removed with 6 screws if you prefer the stock 700C setup.
I use Align landing gear because I prefer them to the stock goblin setup. To do so, when initially building the ears were cut off the stock aluminum brace that the carbon gear bolts to, and the conventional landing gear bolted on to that.
Lynx Red aluminum landing gear mounts are included, new in package, as well as the stock unused landing gear if you prefer the stock landing gear setup.
The main drive gear was replaced with the Lynx delrin setup with red metal hub around flight 75. Stock parts are included as well, they were replaced because I like shiny red aluminum, not for wear or functionality. The Lynx delrin might be a little quieter, but I think that's just me justifying a shiny bit.
SHS Tenax canopy mounts have been installed. Much better than stock setup. Also installed in the SHS delrin antirotation bracket with antenna guide built in. Stock bracket also included if you prefer that setup to German awesome stuff.
SAB tail speed up pulley has been installed at the rear. I run low headspeeds, most of my flying is at 1500, my IU2 is 1950, and the pulley gives me good tail authority at those lower speeds. At 1500 I get about 9 minutes on a 5000 pack, a 6.5 on a 3600 with a pound less weight.
Included is 2 pulleys. The stock (I believe it is 22T), and the 20T (fuzzy, but I believe that's what it is) that I used.
Currently installed is the Heli Option sliding, locking tray setup, and it comes with 2 trays. Also included is the stock tray setup along with 3 trays for it.
At flight 100 I went through the whole heli and changed links that showed wear, as well as the nylon bolts on the boom as a precautionary measure. All bearings were still good, so the thrust bearings were regreased at that time, and head dampers replaced. All belts still look good, and were not replaced.
The only flaw I can find on the whole heli is there is a crack in the paint on the bottom of the boom where it sits between the frames. It's been like that since day 1, and hasn't caused any issues. One of the other 3 Goblin 700s I've owned had the same thing. Don't know what causes it, but it doesn't cause issues and isn't noticeable unless you are looking for it inside the frame. I'm sure there are some scratches on the canopy I haven't noticed, and like all stock Goblin canopies the clear coat has flaws in it right out of the box.
Includes your choice of canopy. I have the stock one with black and orange, and the one with blue that came with the 770. Both look great, I find the black/orange easier to see in the air. Whichever you don't want I'll keep, or we can talk about including both for extra money.
This heli is in great shape. I'm not a hard pilot, I'm into big air, low headspeeds, lots of autos, with a lot of backwards, and a few tic tocs and piroflips thrown in here and there, but no smack 3d.
$750 in the US, plus shipping from zip 03290. If you are somewhere near by I can meet you and just hand it over.
Sorry, fat bald guy not included in the sale.