Airwolf




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attack
two
classified
classified
42 ft. 2 in.
12 ft. 2 in.
42 ft.
4,900 lbs.
9,750 lbs.
2 - 20 mm
numerous
sunburst flares
345 mph
Mach 2
60,000 fpm
89,000 feet
classified
1/22/84




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Airwolf was a fictional armored stealth helicopter in a weekly TV show. It could perform high-g maneuvers and fly at supersonic speeds.

Airwolf was equipped with "turbo-boost," and had a sound like the howl of a wolf. At hover the rotor blades made a ghostly whine.

Airwolf could operate in "silent mode," hovering quietly. Its communication system could eavesdrop on telephone and radio conversations, tap into and confuse computer systems, jam enemy transmissions and disrupt ground based electrical systems.

The weapons and radar systems of the Airwolf would be the envy of the most advanced fighter pilot of today.

Airwolf-Roban

RC Airwolf

The RC Airwolf from Roban is 71 in. long with a 65 in. carbon rotor.  It has a lighting system and retracts.  It needs your 750MX530 kV motor.

Vario's RC Airwolf for turbine power fuselage kit is made from GRP. It is 90 1/2 in. long, 29 in. wide, 25 in. high, and uses a 93 in. rotor. Retracts are included. Weight is around 38 1/2 lbs.

The Airwolf for sale from Varo 71 in. long fuselage kit is for petrol, X-Treme, or Sky Fox mechanics. It is made from CFRP, is 21 1/2 in. wide, 19 in. high, uses a 70 in. rotor and 23 cc engine. There are 14 pieces in the kit that weighs around 19 lbs.

The RC Airwolf 10 piece fuselage from Vario is for Sky Fox mechanics. It is 58 in. long, 17 in. wide, 16 1/2 in. high, uses a 59 in. rotor, and 11.5 cc engine. Retracts are included. It weighs around 14 lbs.

The RC Airwolf from XHeli comes ready to fly, including radio, flight battery, and charger. Its rotor is 13 1/2 inches in diameter, and the fuselage is 16 in lThe Airwolf from Walkera is ready to fly (RTF). It has a length of 16 1/2 in., a rotor diameter of 16 in., and is powered by two 180 PH motors. Also included are a radio, motor controller, batteries, and charger.

The RC Airwolf from Century Helicopter has three sizes of fuselages. The smallest, .30 size fuselage has a length of 46.5 in.

The mid size fuselage for the Airwolf from Century Helicopter takes a .50 engine. It has a length of 53 in.

The largest of the fuselages for the RC Airwolf from Century Helicopter is a .60 size. The fuselage is 56 in. long.

T-Rex has a RC Airwolf that has a 3350 kV motor. It is a 450 size RTF that comes complete with servos, speed controller, gyro and radio.

Ikarus has a fuselage for the Airwolf that is 20 inches in length.




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  2. Mike Hoffman says:

    My Airwolf from XHeli is a smooth flyer. On its first flight is spooled up easily and just lifted off. This was my first experience flying an electric powered helicopter. I appreciated the turbine engine sound, and there wasn’t the usual smoke. I flew the XHeli Airwolf until the motor slowed down as the battery energy was used. After landing I checked all the electronics and found them only a little warm. The Airwolf from XHeli looks great on the ground and when flying. I am still getting used to the transition from engine to motor power, and performance is great! Since it is a coaxial helicopter with no tail rotor, rudder response is different than with my other helicopters. However, the coaxial rotors are great at keeping the helicopter tracking on line. Transitioning from forward flight to hover and back again is just like the full scale helicopter. Getting the XHeli Airwolf has made an electric power believer out of me. It is much easier to prepare it for flight. And the flight characteristics and sound can’t be beat. Furthermore, I no longer have to worry about the engine suddenly quitting. Anyone looking to transition from gas to electric power should try the XHeli Airwolf.

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