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07-26-2018 01:36 AM  82 days agoPost 1
Mikerobe

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Hi, looking for a set of electric retracts for a 700 size A109. It's a Marvelcraft fuselage but the retracts it came with are the servo operated ones. These look like they would be a challenge to end up with a well functioning system. The electric ones look very promising and a lot simpler to install and setup.
Any help greatly appreciated!

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07-26-2018 02:07 AM  82 days agoPost 2
Rojoalfa

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An electric retract without electric servo?...

Let see...

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07-26-2018 02:47 AM  81 days agoPost 3
Heli143

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I like the eflite electric retracts. Mine were easy to install and setup. On 600 size fuselages I installed the 15-25 size retracts

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07-26-2018 02:47 AM  81 days agoPost 4
Dan Minick

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Roj, I believe he is looking for the worm gear type VS a standard servo with linkage. Yes technically still a servo but much less complicated.

Check here, perhaps you can make one of these work
https://www.motionrc.com/collection...tronic-retracts

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07-26-2018 03:13 AM  81 days agoPost 5
Mikerobe

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Good evening guys,
yes, looking for self-powered retracts, no separate servo. The ones I've looked at all appear to have a very similar bolt-up to the ones that MC have provided. Seems a much nicer concept than servo actuated!
The Robart ones have a control module. I assume you can change the deflection rate and direction?
Do they all work off of your receiver battery or can you get them with a dedicated power supply/battery?
There's a few A109s on youtube with them but no information about supplier etc.

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07-26-2018 04:37 AM  81 days agoPost 6
Heli143

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These retracts don’t require separate servos.

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07-26-2018 04:38 AM  81 days agoPost 7
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08-01-2018 12:33 AM  76 days agoPost 8
Rojoalfa

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Well, take this into account...

Weight

A 700 class helicopter... Electric?

Servo and mechanism separate, the better.

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08-01-2018 02:07 AM  76 days agoPost 9
1helimech

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I have them on my Roban 800 air-wolf and they work just fine They did come with the kit... no servos just a motor that turns a jack screw which retracts the L/G... You might check them out on Hobby king's site too... https://hobbyking.com/en_us/catalog...&___store=en_us

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08-01-2018 02:12 AM  76 days agoPost 10
1helimech

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https://hobbyking.com/en_us/servole...?___store=en_us

these are good for a 12 Lb. Aircraft

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08-01-2018 10:06 PM  75 days agoPost 11
Mikerobe

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Thanks guys,
I bought the retracts and scale struts from HK. The struts are sprung with scissors on them. I'll have to modify them to fit but it should work nicely.

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08-03-2018 07:23 PM  73 days agoPost 12
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Great !!!!

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