Dyna-X was designed around RobbeMillenium mechanics.
Main idea is to combine Genuine Robbe mechanics, with improved 2 pieces frames ( Same idea as the Futura SE), All in frame Specially designed Aluminum components, which together create a extremely strong and lightweight structure and very light Helicopter, Rigid and Lightweight engine mount with Central support unit, Aluminum servo rockers and Landing gear plates are just a few of the advantages of Dyna-X . This helicopter designed for both F3D and FAI . All built around 90 size motors, without the need of upgrading or changing components to suit the heli for today’s Hi-Tech Engines.
All components are designed with an emphasis on function and durability, not on economic production. This machine is very smooth, light and the strongest on the market.
Due to an agreement with Robbe , full kits will be sold in the same box as the Millenium, and except for RCmarket parts, the kit will include only original Robbe parts.
Since Dyna-X was designed to work with Robbe mechanics, it will accept most of Robbe upgrades.
See the Dyna-x Video in Videos section below
BALL-LINK, 17 LONG
Fiberglass gyro mount(50x30x1.2mm) x 1
Ultra-small, lightweight seven-channel 2.4 GHz FASST receiver with full range.
Diversity system constantly checks the signal level of both aerial inputs, and instantly switches to the stronger signal, with no interruption.
"Pre-Vision": FASST receivers constantly scan the input signal, while special software technology automatically corrects any data errors which occur.
Easy Link - simple "binding"
The transmitter sends an identification code with more than 130 million possible combinations; this is stored in the receiver. The receiver only accepts signals from this one transmitter, regardless of other transmitters which log onto the 2.4 GHz band.
Voltage: 4,8-6 Volts
Channel spacing: 2048 kHz
Weight: 9 g
DIY Trainer cord/buddy cable for futaba radios( square).
Delivered : 2 connectors, Cable 2 meters, Soldering lead, instructions
Save $$$ by DIY, assembly time- 15 minutes.