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03-29-2010 03:00 PM  10 years ago
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CX1

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Hawk NX rumour or true ?
I read in sum uther forom that there is a hawk nx kit in the works

that would be nice
certainly sounds posative

seems like the 30's are bak in season
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03-30-2010 02:04 AM  10 years ago
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Hmm...that would be interesting.

What would you like to see on a Hawk NX?

For me it would only be:

1 - the rotor head from the Kinetic 50, with a seesaw that allows more cyclic pitch range.
2 - the eCCPM system from the NX50
3 - the fan from the NX 50 which eleiminates the weight of the start shaft system in the Hawk, even though it does require a start wand with a built in one-way (CN0427).
4 - the tail rotor from the NX50 (or at least one with two radial bearings or one radial bearing and a thrust bearing.
5 - a canopy like the NX50, only smaller (hmmm....does the one from the electric 620SE fit?)
6 - Does NOT require the inclusion of a muffler.
7 - Keep the lower aluminum frame and radio frame set. Do NOT go to the G-10 set from the NX50 as it adds too much weight

These changes would greatly improve its flight capabilities and looks, while still keeping the price less then $250.00.
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03-30-2010 02:12 AM  10 years ago
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oldfart, you got me druling again Shawn
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03-30-2010 02:57 AM  10 years ago
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Drooling.
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03-30-2010 02:58 AM  10 years ago
Furious Predator

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that too

i just spelled it the canadian way, thats all
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03-30-2010 12:27 PM  10 years ago
CX1

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so it's true ??

I think a Hawk NX would be cheap to run compared to a 50

if it looked like the raven NX only liter it might B a good 3d machine
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03-30-2010 03:28 PM  10 years ago
Frank Bostwick

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I dont know, I think dollar for dollar the Century 50 size is the best bang for the buck. If I had it to do over Ida skipped the 30 stage.RIP ROMAN
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03-30-2010 11:56 PM  10 years ago
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What would you like to see on a Hawk NX?

For me it would only be:

1 - the rotor head from the Kinetic 50, with a seesaw that allows more cyclic pitch range.

Swift head if cnc or raven 6mm if plastic

2 - the eCCPM system from the NX50 +1

3 - the fan from the NX 50 which eleiminates the weight of the start shaft system in the Hawk, even though it does require a start wand with a built in one-way (CN0427).
<good call on weight>

4 - the tail rotor from the NX50/Raven(or at least one with two radial bearings or one radial bearing and a thrust bearing. or swift

5 - a canopy like the NX50, only smaller (hmmm....does the one from the electric 620SE fit?)

6 - Does NOT require the inclusion of a muffler.
blades would be nice

7 - Keep the lower aluminum frame and radio frame set. Do NOT go to the G-10 set from the NX50 as it adds too much weight
agree da eccpm great but the alunum frame liter

These changes would greatly improve its flight capabilities and looks, while still keeping the price less then $250.00.

make it available for 300 with cnc head/ tail an frame nx

make the option for raven nx add 100

I Dunno just shooting the puk
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