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07-31-2019 02:19 AM  4 months ago
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Badgerfarm

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Looking for Hirobo Falcon MK II manual
I'm still looking for an instruction manual or drawings or both for the illusive Hirobo Falcon MK II. They must have made more than the one that I have. Any leads would be appreciated. I have a MK I head that I could put on it just to get it going but would prefer to understand the strange decoupling device on the top of the MK II. Does anyone have contacts in Japan that they could inquire on my behalf? I've tried that route before and it was a dead end because of the language barrier I guess. I would really like to see this heli fly for the first time as I don't think that it has ever been flown.
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Randall
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07-31-2019 02:40 AM  4 months ago
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I found the drawings on VRHC. Thank you Klauss for maintaining this valuable site. Can I download drawings from the site? Has anyone tried it before. I'm pumped as I now have the setup for the rotorhead decoupling device. Does anyone know if it was unstable or so stable that it was difficult to maneuver? I've heard that the early MK I was very stable in this respect. Any input from old school Hirobo Falcon guys? I know that you're out there some where. My goal is to hover the heli and get some video of it and then pickle the motor and relegate it to a museum piece. All information is welcome and encouraged. I wish more 505s had survived as those were great little helicopters. Then on to the unfinished Hirobo 707 that is on deck.
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07-31-2019 05:14 AM  4 months ago
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Hello Randall
Of course you can. If it's a JPG File, you can use the right mouse button and 'save as' to store it. I tried to scan the drawings in orig. size and resolution so you can print it without quality loss.
If you need further informations, try the hirobo section on facebook.
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Klaus
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07-31-2019 01:30 PM  4 months ago
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Thank you Klauss. I'll get started on them.
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07-31-2019 01:51 PM  4 months ago
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The photos have been downloaded. Do you remember how large the prints are? I would like to take them to a local print shop with a blue print copier and have them copied in full size. I might have them framed to hang on the wall of the shop.
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07-31-2019 02:14 PM  4 months ago
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Hello Randall
I am not sure but i thought it was llike a double-letter or A3 format.
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KLaus
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08-08-2019 03:23 AM  4 months ago
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Thank you Klauss. I'm planning on taking them to a local print shop and having a set run off. It will be exciting just to have them available. I don't know why I get so pumped about the paperwork that comes with a helicopter but it's part of the treasure. I have the drawings downloaded but I'm still in need of a manual for the Falcon MK II. There must be one out there somewhere. It's not really imperative that I have it but it would be a nice addition to the helicopter and drawings.
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