Thunder Tiger Raptor E550 Flybarless EP Combo Plus

Brand: Thunder Tiger

Part Number: AM-TT4732A13

£426.29 Web Price RRP £489.99

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Thunder Tigers Raptor E550 FBL is the perfect way to experience an electric, flybarless  aerobatic model helicopter, straight out of the box.

Based on the hugely popular Raptor E550S the E550FBL comes complete with an all metal flybarless rotor head and the very latest GT5.2 Gyro. To power this model Thunder Tiger have paird up  an ACE RC Brushless motor and the amazing Castle Creations Talon 90A Speed controller ensuring you have the power to push this model to its very limits. The E550 FBL features a  precise 140° eCCPM control system and the high-performance 550mm main blades also create a reliable controlling environment.



  • Almost Ready to Fly
  • FBL Metal Rotor Head & Grip
  • Castle Creations Talon 90A Incl’d  w/Factory Presetting Parameters
  • Performance 550 Carbon Blade Included



  • Flybarless System
  • Swashplate: ECCPM(140°)
  • Fuselage Height: 390mm
  • Fuselage Width: 140mm
  • Fuselage Length:1150mm        
  • Rotor Blade:550mm
  • Rotor Dia.:1245mm
  • Tail Blade: 95mm
  • Tail Rotor Dia.:237mm
  • Weight w/o Battery: 2650g
  • Tail Drive: Belt Driven
  • Gear Ratio (E:M:T):  10.09: 1: 4.56


  • Castle Creations Talon 90A ESC
  • ACE RC Ripper OBL44/11-30H motor.
  • GT 5.2 Gyro
  • 3 x DS1510MG Control Servos
  • DS606N Digital Tail Servo 
  • 3932 Performance 550mm Carbon Main blades


  • Battery: Lipo, 6S, 3.7~5Ah, 35C
  • Brand: Thunder Tiger
  • Part No: AM-TT4732A13
  • Size: 400+
  • Build Level: ARTF (Part Assembled)
  • Flying Style: Collective Pitch
  • Power: Electric

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