Axe 100 CP Tx-R

Brand: Heli-Max

Part Number: H-HMXE0821

£69.34 Web Price RRP £72.99

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The features that make the Axe 100 CP a superior aerobat are also the ones that make it one of the most innovative helis available. A flybarless collective pitch head gives it a wide performance range, making it easy to maneuver and control in the smallest of spaces. The "TAGS" triple-axis gyro adds confidence-building stability. Both the RTF and Tx-R versions feature SLT compatibility, and include two LiPo flight packs, a charger, spare blades, linkages, and a screwdriver. -TAGs (Triple Axis Gyro Stabilization) stabilizes the heli on three axes -All onboard equipment - including a motor, ESC, digital rotarydrive servos and SLT receiver - is factory-installed for convenience -Both models include an AC charger and two 200 mAh LiPo batteries for non-stop flying action -RTF includes a 6-channel 2.4 GHz radio with SLT, 10-model memory, digital trims, programmable pitch and throttle curves and more

Technical specifications:
Rotor Diameter: 241 mm
Weight with Battery: 46 g
Length: 241 mm

Tx-R Requires:
6-channel heli transmitter with SLT


-the assembled Axe 100 CP
-TAGS (Triple Axis Gyro Stabilization)
-Installed receiver, motor, ESC & servos (2)
-1S 3.7 V 200 mAh LiPo batteries
-AC LiPo charger
-Spare main blades, linkages and tail rotor, plus screwdriver

Box Size (Millimeter)

Length 372 / Width 184 / Height 67

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Hi can this be used with a spectrum dx6i please?
Asked by Alexander Greenfield on 28th August 2016

No, TX-R items will only work with a Tactic radio.

If you want something you can use with your Spektrum set, you should look at a BNF model.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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