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Heli-Max Novus 200 FP 2.4 RTF Helicopter

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No. 702668


Quick Overview

The Novus 200 FP is the largest Novus heli yet, with a fixed-pitch design for first-class control. Its 45° offset flybar set-up results in control that is far more responsive and stable than a coaxial design.

Heli-Max Novus 200 FP 2.4 RTF Helicopter

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Heli-Max Novus 200 FP 2.4 RTF Helicopter

The Novus 200 FP is the largest Novus heli yet, with a fixed-pitch design for first-class control. Its 45° offset flybar set-up results in control that is far more responsive and stable than a coaxial design. Even beginners can fly the Novus 200 FP with success! A 2.4GHz 4-channel computer radio system with dual rates allows pilots to start off slow and step up to their full flight potential. The included 7.4V 1000mAh LiPo battery provides plenty of power. Other extras, like an anodized aluminum rotor head, a printed canopy and pivoting main blades, add lasting looks and durability.

Heli-Max Novus 200 FP Features

• A 45° offset flybar set-up makes the Novus 200 FP far more maneuverable than a coaxial design. Pivoting rotor blades prevent breakage in the event of a crash.

• A shaft-driven tail rotor is powered by a motor mounted on the main frame.

• Dual rates are included with the Novus 200 FP’s 2.4GHz radio system, ensuring first-time success for entry-level pilots.

• A 7.4V 1000mAh LiPo battery delivers extra-long air time. Use the included balancing charger to guarantee full charges, flight after flight.

• 45° offset flybar set-up makes the Novus 200 FP easy for all skill levels to enjoy!

• 4-channel radio system with interference-free 2.4GHz technology and dual rates.

• Super-stable flying and hovering, thanks to a maneuverable fixed-pitch design.

• Value-added extras include a colorful printed canopy, ball bearing-supported tail drive shaft, anodized CNC aluminum parts and tough plastic rotor blades.

• Just add “AA” cells to the radio, charge the included LiPo pack and fly!

• Rotor Head: Fixed pitch design, constructed of anodized aluminum

• Main Blades: Pivoting to reduce the chance of breakage during a crash

• Flybar Setup: 45° offset, far more responsive and stable than standard flybar setups

• Motor: 370 size brushed

• Radio: TX450 Four channel 2.4GHz computer radio system with dual rates for entry-level pilots and LCD display

• Rotor Blades: Plastic

• Battery: 7.4V 1000mAh LiPo

• Battery Charger: 110V AC wall type with balancing capability

• Tail Rotor: Ball bearing supported shaft driven and powered by a motor mounted on the main frame

Heli-Max Novus 200 FP Includes

• RTF Novus 200 FP Helicopter

• 2.4GHz Radio

• LiPo Battery

• Charger

• 370 Brushed Motor

• Instruction Manual

Heli-Max Novus 200 FP Specifications

• Rotor Diameter: 15.3" (390mm)

• Length: 16.5" (420mm)

• RTF Weight: 5.8oz (165g)

Additional Information

SKU 702668
Manufacturer Heli-Max
Mfr Part Number HMXE0809

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Customer Reviews

Great to fly but tail end needs revamping Review by Bones
I bought my Novus from T. H. . I love flying this copter it responds l like you would expect a copter from this price range. Only problem Ive experienced was when you pump something the rear gear will strip out first. I sent it back twice now and T. H. took care of it for free. First time they paid shipping both ways. second time they paid only to send it home to me and charge me nothing to fix. (Posted on 4/7/14)
Somehow disapointed Review by kukulkan
I purchased this on sale this weekend , and out the box charger or battery are not working went back to Hobby Please In Riverside got a replacement charger which is a downgrade from original waiting to see how long this is going to take to charge. All I know is customer service at the store is top notch and will take care of issue. Regardless the heli still pending to tryout! ! (Posted on 2/10/14)
Really good heli for beginners n exper... Review by Dirty bird
Fly great even in da wind survives a few krashes ..the only bad thing i found w it is the tail set up sucks always striping or burning out the motor. (Posted on 10/20/12)
review by dirty bird rc. Review by mitch
talk about stable wow this heli is out of the box awsome. a super easy step up from a co axle. i kept her stable with a slight wind. i also was impressed with the metal head and flybar. this bird is very well bilt for the price. five stars all the way. good job heli max! i am in the process of getting my beak on the cp model. (Posted on 10/18/12)
Fun little heli, but has some problems Review by Markup
This one of the most stable, out of the box helis I've flown. Good battery life, and fairly easy for pilots transitioning from coaxial helis. The big problem is the tail rotor gears. After just five charges, mine stripped out, without a single crash. I replaced the entire tail set and the new gears were gone again in just a few flights. I found by shimming the tail rotor shaft tighter to the drive gear I could get a lot more life out of the tail rotor. This is design flaw that Heli Max really needs to fix. (Posted on 9/8/12)
Customer service SUCKS! Review by Dizzy_des
I will never order here again! I know this post will be removeved but I can only hope someone sees it! Hobby people doesnt support this model. So I received it defective never even charged it! It was so obvious you can't fly it with f ed up controller why bother. I called hobby "nerds" people three times before a return call. The old fart couldn't even get my name right! RELLY! Back to TOWER! I have 9 full blown nitros, and three converted brushless, ain't my first rodeo! Maybee in aircraft, but I'm dumb! (Posted on 7/9/12)
super stable Review by wileyRC
I have been flying this heli for two weeks, I must say I was pleasantly suprised at how stable it was. I was hovering five munites out the box. I have only flown co axial heli's in the past, great next step, flies oudoors in little wind to. this heli IMO is a great buy for the money, I fly it just about everyday at my local park. (Posted on 4/3/12)

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