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U.S Army Bell TH-67 Creek RC Helicopter

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Army TH-67 helicopter built from a century 50 size Jet Ranger fuselage. hawk sport mechanics that have been converted to electric are inside. it has a century 800kv motor with a turnigy esc running on 5s lipo batteries. blades are 600mm Maveric G5 pross. painted from a spraycan with automotive clearcoat. it has functioning nav and strobe lights as well as lanfing and searchlights. a detailed cockpit willcome soon.
The TH-67 is the us army’s primary and instrument helicopter trainer here at FT Rucker.

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rtway94 May 8, 2010 6:21:43

GAs powered?

Emile Sheriff May 8, 2010 7:37:44

its electric powered

RedLineTZ October 25, 2010 17:01:57

HI! have you any sound module inside the heli? from the audio (but the
audio is not of impressive quality so i’m not sure) it seem like you have
some turbine like sound module that simulates the sound of a turbine when
you increase your head speed..ist that right? if you have could you please
tell me where to find it? i’m looking for such a module since last year
without finding somthing that suits for me .. .. it would be really cool
for my heli .. thanks a lot! nice heli and nice stable flight

Emile Sheriff October 26, 2010 3:00:10

this model is one i converted from gas to electric. i kept the clutch
system and on spoolup, it sounds just like a turbine without anyhelp form a
sound module.

raulrusboy November 15, 2010 17:39:45

Cairns ground, Bandit 65, the backyard, hover taxi in circles, with
foxtrot…

bensyer February 12, 2011 10:57:07

thats an awesome sound, was it easy to fit the elec motor in with the
clutch, very impressed! 

Emile Sheriff February 12, 2011 17:15:14

thanks. yes it was very easy to do. that particular machine in the fuselage
now has an electric conversion kit available for it.

Justin Adams July 9, 2015 23:51:25

The blades are spinning clockwise, but still an awesome job. 

    Emile Sheriff July 9, 2015 23:51:25

    +Justin Adams Thanks Justin, yeah the hawk mechs I am using are designed to
    rotate clockwise. to get then rotating in the correct direction as per the
    fullsize wasn’t worth the trouble

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