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04-07-2013 11:43 AM  6 years ago
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Yozim

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700e DFC vs 700e DFC HV
I have been thinking of buing an Align T-rex 700e with the DFC head, and just wondered whats the difference between the 700e DFC and the 700e DFC HV.

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Yozim
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04-07-2013 12:06 PM  6 years ago
Raydee

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The DFC comes with standard servo's and the HV comes with high voltage servo's. With the HV kit you can run a straight 2s lipo right to the receiver with no regulator. With the regular DFC kit you can run a 2s LIFE pack instead of a Lipo.The Future of Nitro is ELECTRIC
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04-07-2013 12:17 PM  6 years ago
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The difference is that the HV kit comes with brushless high voltage servos verses the standard brushed servos in the regular combo kit.

Brushless servos typically offer a longer service life.

As far as specs go the DS 615 offers the same speed as the BL 700H, but the BL700H has quite a bit more torque.

If you can afford the HV kit then go for it, but if money is tight I seriously doubt if you would notice a difference between the two servos unless your into hard 3D.
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04-08-2013 12:56 AM  6 years ago
Yozim

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Thanks alot guys

On these helicopters that requires a reciever battery.. Of course this depends on your flying style.. but how long does a reciever battery last.. do i need to change these too after every flight?

Thanx

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04-08-2013 05:14 AM  6 years ago
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http://helidirect.com/western-robot...82v-p-26730.hdx

http://helidirect.com/western-robot...82v-p-30080.hdx

rx packs will give you 3 -4 flights per pack.

rx packs are not worth the trouble, just get a quality BEC.

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04-08-2013 06:10 AM  6 years ago
jschenck

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personal preference - I prefer a separate RX pack. No switch, no regulator. Just simply plug it into the RX. I made a wiring harness with two leads into the RX and a Deans connector to the RX battery. Nothing to fail except the battery itself.

Most 3000MAH packs can get you easily and safely 4-5 flights. BUT - make sure you recharge after a couple of flights with a charger that tells you how much it put back in. Then you can gauge how many flights you can safely get on a RX pack.
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