Ready to fly 4 channel R/C helicopter
Assembly & Flight Training guide
Specifications
Main rotor diameter..................................................... 400mm
Helicopter length.......................................................... 430mm
Flying weight (excl. trainer undercart).............around 250g
R/C transmitter......................................... Twister 400 2.4GHz
Cyclic steering...................................hi-torque micro servos
On-board electronic control........3-in-1 receiver/ESC/gyro
On-board power............ 7.4V 700mAh Li-polymer (with cell
balancer lead)
Flight time per charge............................ around 8-9 minutes
KIT Contents
Twister 400 Sport V2 ready-built helicopter........................1
Twister 400 Sport V2 2.4GHz transmitter..............................1
Twister 7.4V lithium polymer battery pack...........................1
Twister Lithium polymer 12V DC balancer charger............1
Twister 400 mains power supply...........................................1
Twister 400 Sport V2 instruction manual..............................1
FREE training undercart................................................... 1 set
Required but not supplied
AA transmitter batteries.........................................................6
Small crosshead screwdriver................................................1
V1.0
Contents
Introduction......................................................4
A. New to R/C helicopters?.....................4
B. Flying area............................................4
C. Training, crashes & spare parts........4
Vital safety precautions!................................5
Specifications..................................................6
Unpacking the model......................................6
A. Kit contents...........................................6
B. Transmitter parts (Modes 1 & 2).......7
C. Helicopter connectors........................8
Helicopter charging instructions.................8
Lithium Polymer battery safety ....................9
Beginner and Advanced mode....................10
Flight preparation..........................................10
A. Switching on.......................................10
B. Transmitter aerial positioning..........11
C. Flight controls ....................................12
D. Range checking.................................12
Principles of helicopter flight.....................12
A. How does a helicopter fly?..............12
Learning to fly.................................................14
A. Throttle control..................................14
B. Left/right rotation (yaw)....................14
C. Fore/aft cyclic control.......................15
D. Left/right cyclic controls..................15
F. Trimming the helicopter (mode 1)....16
G. Trimming the helicopter (mode 2)...17
Binding transmitter to receiver..................18
A. Binding your helicopter....................18
B. Flying with other Twister 400 pilots.18
Parts List.........................................................19
Exploded view...............................................20
EU regulations
Vital safety info
Please read all instructions carefully before
using this model. If any information in this
manual is unclear, please contact your
supplier for help.
DANGER—Wear protective eye wear when
operating model helicopters!
DANGER—Do not wear loose clothing or ties!
DANGER—Keep well clear of rotating blades!
DANGER—Never fly near children or animals!
DANGER—A LiPo battery is installed in the
helicopter. Please observe the safety
information regarding the safe use of LiPo
batteries before using this product!
DANGER—Do not touch the battery or charger
with wet hands!
Guarantee/warranty
J. Perkins Distribution Ltd. guarantee this product to
be free of manufacturing and assembly defects for a
period of one year from time of purchase. This does not
affect your statutory rights. This warranty is not valid
for any damage or subsequent damage arising as a
result of a crash, misuse, modification or for damage
or consequential damage arising as a result of failure
to observe the procedures outlined in this manual.
Operation of this model is carried out entirely at the
risk of the operator. Please note that, whilst every
effort is made to ensure the accuracy of instructions
and material included with this product, mistakes can
occur and neither J. Perkins Distribution Ltd nor it’s
distributors will be held liable for any loss or damage
arising from the use of this model or for any loss or
damage arising from omissions or inaccuracies in the
associated instructions or materials included with this
product.
We reserve the right to modify the design of this
product, contents and manuals without prior
notification.
© 2013 J Perkins Distribution Ltd, Lenham, Kent, UK
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reserved. E&OE.
J Perkins Distribution Ltd declares that this remote control system is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC on Radio equipment and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment. A copy of the declaration(s) of conformity can be obtained from
J Perkins Distribution Ltd, Ashford rd, Lenham, Kent. UK ME17 2DL. This system complies with the EU
directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Do not dispose of
this product in household waste. At the end of the products’ life, dispose of
it at a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and
electronic equipment.
Please contact your supplier for any advice required on disposal.
Introduction
Thank you for buying the Twister
400 Sport V2. It is the latest 400 size
fixed pitch helicopter with 4-channel
R/C, 2.4GHz radio and possesses
excellent flight stability. The Twister
400 Sport V2 is an ideal choice for
the beginner helicopter pilot as it
features professional 4-channel
operation combined with stable flight
characteristics. Intermediate/Advanced
pilots will also enjoy the more advanced
flight characteristics of the Twister 400
Sport V2.
V2 features an improved rotor head with
better flight performance and better
clearance between blades and boom to
reduce accidents. The transmitter has
been ugraded with digital trims and a
metal carrying handle. New anodised
metal frames, free training undercarriage
and a sparkling new colour scheme
are just some of the many additional
improvements to your V2.
Small and lightweight, the V2 can be
flown indoors or outdoors in calm
conditions so almost anyone can enjoy
the fun of R/C helicopter flight.
A. New to R/C helicopters?
This model is not a toy.
It can accelerate very rapidly in flight
and the rotating blades are capable of
inflicting severe injuries if the model is
not operated responsibly!
If you are new to RC helicopters, please
do not expect to be able to open the
box and immediately ‘fly around’. RC
helicopters are fun to fly but require
some time, some patience and some
training in order to be flown successfully.
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If this is not what you were expecting,
we advise you not to buy this model.
Although the Twister 400 Sport V2 is
relatively easy to fly, please note that we
do not guarantee that by following the
information included with this product
you will be bound to achieve successful
helicopter flight. Neither do we
guarantee you will not break anything!!
B. Flying area
The Twister 400 Sport V2 is designed
for indoor or outdoors flight in less than
5mph of wind. Ensure you have at least
3 metres of clear space all around the
Twister 400 Sport V2 before attempting
to take off. A hard, flat surface clear
of all obstacles is recommended for
training. Because of its size, the Twister
400 Sport V2 can be flown in virtually any
size room.
However, you should fly only where it is
safe to do so
and bear in mind the smaller the room,
the more likely you are to experience
the effects of rotor downwash causing
instability and therefore making the
helicopter more difficult to control.
C. Training, crashes & spare
parts
The Twister 400 Sport V2 has been
designed to be strong and very easy to
repair, however, the helicopter is not
invulnerable and most people will tip
their helicopter over and/or break parts
during their flying career. This is quite
normal. All parts are available as spares
from your local model shop. If repair is
necessary, carefully remember the order
in which you remove items so you may
put them can replace them in the reverse
order. Unfortunately, crash damage is not
covered by warranty.
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Vital safety
precautions!
Please be aware that rotating blades
can inflict painful—at the very least—
and possibly serious injury or damage
to people, animals or objects should the
rotors strike someone or something.
We recommend you use protective
eyewear when operating this model and
that you read the manual carefully before
operating your Twister 400 Sport V2.
Radio controlled models can reach high
speeds and cover significant distances
rapidly if control is lost. This model is
capable of speeds of around 20mph
(30kph) or greater. The model must
therefore be used responsibly and with
great care generally.
The model operates on the 2.4GHz radio
band using the latest technology, thereby
providing probably the best interference
rejection for any R/C frequency in use
in the UK today. However, this does
not make it invulnerable to outside
interference!
Interference might cause the model to
go out of control or stop responding!
Therefore, in the UK, we recommend you
study and observe the model flying safety
codes and bulletins of the British Model
Flying Association which can be found at
the following web address:
http://www.bmfa.org
In Australasia, please contact your
hobby supplier.
Please note the following additional
safety precautions:
ff Not suitable for children under 14
years.
ff If you are completely new to R/C
helicopters we advise that you seek
advice from an experienced R/C
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helicopter pilot before attempting to
fly this model.
Always turn on the transmitter first
then switch on the helicopter.
When you have finished flying
always switch off and disconnect
the battery on the helicopter first,
then turn off the transmitter.
Only for use indoors or outdoors in
calm conditions.
Do not fly near electrical or wireless
equipment or magnetic objects.
Always let the battery cool down
before recharging.
Always recharge the battery after
use, especially if it is going to be
stored and not used for a while.
Be careful to insert the battery the
correct way round, do not force any
connectors.
Only use the AC charger provided
with this model to charge the
helicopter battery.
Never operate your model closer
than 10 feet to yourself, other people
or objects!
Never operate near free-range
animals or children!
Never wear loose clothing or ties!
Always use protective eyewear
when operating this model!
If any of this information is unclear,
DO NOT operate this model!
Contact your reseller or J. Perkins
Distribution for advice.
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Specifications
Fuselage length..................................................................................................................430mm
Main rotor diameter..........................................................................................................400mm
Weight (inc. Battery)............................................................................................... around 250g
Charging time............................................................................................. approx. 120 minutes
Flying time.....................................................................................................around 8-9 minutes
On board power............................................................................... 7.4V 700mAh LiPo battery
Radio................................................................................. Twister 400 Sport V2 4, 2.4GHz 4-ch
Range................................................................................................................around 25 metres
Required
Transmitter batteries................................................................................ 6 x 1.5V AA batteries
Tools.................................................................................................................small screwdriver
Unpacking the model
▼ 1. Carefully remove the model and other items from the packaging and check all
items are included.
▼ 2. Insert 6 AA alkaline batteries (not supplied) into the transmitter battery
compartment in the rear of the transmitter being careful to observe battery
polarity.
A. Kit contents
2.4GHz Transmitter
240V power supply NB UK=3-pin
12V balancer charger
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B. Transmitter parts (Modes 1 & 2)
Aerial
Throttle Indicator
Neck strap attachment point
Beginner/advanced button & LED
Mode 1 trimmer—Fore/aft cyclic
Mode 2 trimmer—Throttle
Mode 1 trimmer—Throttle
Mode 2 trimmer—Fore/aft cyclic
Mode 1 stick—Throttle &
left/right cyclic
Mode 2 stick—Left/right
cyclic & Fore/aft Cyclic
Mode 1 stick­—Fore/aft cyclic & yaw
Mode 2 stick —Throttle & yaw
Mode 1—Yaw trim
Mode 2—Yaw trim
On/Off Switch
Mode 1—Left/right cyclic trim
Mode 2—Left/right cyclic trim
Battery compartment access
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C. Helicopter connectors
Familiarise yourself with the connectors below but do not connect anything yet!
White charging connector
ESC connector
Battery connector
Helicopter charging instructions
Note: Your helicopter is fitted with a high power lithium polymer battery (lipo). Charge
the lipo battery in your Twister 400 Sport V2 before use.
▼ 1. Carefully connect the POLARISED white charge plug on the heli to the charger
ensuring it is the correct way around. You should not need to force it. See below.
WARNING: Do not force the charging connector into the charger socket!
Make sure the helicopter is switched off and the battery connector is disconnected
from the ESC connector as per the picture above.
▼ 2. Insert the AC power supply lead into the end of the 12V charger and switch on.
During the charging process power, the red LED will light.
The battery is fully charged when the green LED lights. This may take up to 120
minutes.
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▼ 3. The Lipo is charged when the green charge LED lights, disconnect the charger.
▼ 4. Unplug the AC power supply from both the wall socket and the charger.
▼ 5. Be sure to read the Lithium Polymer Battery Safety instructions in this manual.
WARNING: Do not leave the helicopter unattended whilst charging!
We recommend that you use only the supplied Twister charger­with this battery.
Over-discharging will shorten the life of the battery or damage it. Stop flying
immediately the helicopter has insufficient power to lift off. Recharge the battery.
Do not short circuit—battery may explode!
PLEASE READ THE ‘Lithium Polymer battery safety’ section BEFORE PROCEEDING
FURTHER.
Lithium Polymer battery safety
Lithium polymer batteries contain potentially large amounts of energy, therefore if
your helicopter has crashed you should examine your battery for any damage e.g.
check if the battery has expanded or swollen in size or if the battery cells have been
punctured. If any of the above is true: DO NOT CHARGE THE BATTERY!
To check your battery, remove the body by unscrewing the body retainining screw
and pushing the body off the two upper mounting pins.
Body retaining screw
Charging your LiPo battery
ff Only use the charger supplied with this product to charge the lithium polymer
battery in the helicopter. Never use a nicad or other charger as this is very
dangerous.
ff Never charge unattended. Always stay with your battery whilst charging in case
of overheating or fire.
ff If the battery becomes hot to the touch during charging, disconnect the charger
immediately from the AC socket.
ff Extinguish fires with sand. If something goes wrong and your battery catches
fire, always have sand from a fire bucket at hand to douse the flames.
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ff Do NOT use water to put out a lipo fire!
Using your LiPo battery
ff Do not modify/change any part of the battery or lead. Do not remove its
protective covering. Removal or modification may damage the battery and will
invalidate any warranty claim.
ff Do not place this battery near fires or any high temperature object.
ff Do not store batteries in any type of motor vehicle.
ff Do not let the battery get wet or become submerged in any type of liquid.
ff Do not carry loose batteries in your pocket or bag as they could short-circuit
against other items.
ff If you should get electrolyte from the cells on your skin, wash thoroughly with
soap and water. If in your eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. Seek medical
assistance.
Beginner and Advanced mode
The Twister 400 Sport V2 transmitter features a beginner/advanced mode button.
Advanced mode with LED lit makes the Twister 400 Sport V2 more responsive and
should only be used by experienced pilots.
Flight preparation
A. Switching on
▼ 1. Identify the polarised ESC and battery connectors below. Identify the transmitter
ON/OFF switch and make sure the throttle stick is down, in its lowest position.
ESC connector
Battery
connector
▼ 3. Align the polarised ESC and battery connectors and carefully push them together
taking great care to connect the correct way round, red to red and black to
black. Do not try to force a connection as you will damage the heli and/or the
battery if you do. If it will not connect, check polarity and try again.
Switch on the transmitter.
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Then switch the helicopter on at the frame-mounted switch below.
Note: Always turn your transmitter ON first, then your helicopter.
▼ 4. Place the helicopter on the ground with its tail facing towards you.
▼ 5. Make sure you have a clear indoor space of at least 3 metres by 3 metres with a
ceiling height of at least two metres when you are learning to fly.
WARNING: If there are two or more Twister 400 Sport V2 helicopters to be operated
in the one area, please refer to BINDING TRANSMITTER TO RECEIVER section before
switching on!
B. Transmitter aerial positioning
The transmitter aerial should be angled as shown below.
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C. Flight controls
Each dual axis stick unit of your transmitter controls 2 helicopter functions (complete
with digital trimmers on each function) giving you control about all 4 axes of flight.
LEFT STICK (Mode 1)
Forward cyclic
Yaw Right
-Rotate
nose left
Yaw left
-Rotate
nose right
RIGHT STICK (Mode 1)
Climb
Left cyclic
-Roll left
Aft cyclic
Decend
RIGHT STICK (Mode 2)
Forward cyclic
LEFT STICK (Mode 2)
Climb
Yaw Right
-Rotate
nose left
Right cyclic
-Roll right
Yaw left
-Rotate
nose right
Left cyclic
-Roll left
Descend
Right cyclic
-Roll right
Aft cyclic
D. Range checking
Before each flight, range check the helicopter.
To do this, enlist the help of a friend to carry the helicopter 25 metres away whilst you
operate one of the transmitter cyclic controls continuously.
WARNING: if you cannot achieve uninterrrupted full and free movement of all the
helicopter controls at 25 metres range, it is not safe to fly the helicopter. Contact you
supplier for help.
Principles of helicopter flight
A. How does a helicopter fly?
A hovering helicopter is controlled about 4 axes; yaw, pitch, roll and height. Your
transmitter has 2 dual-axis precision stick units with two controls on each stick. The
transmitter has digital trimmers for fine tuning flight.
Mode 2 (throttle left) transmitter
▼ The left stick controls throttle (climb or descend) and tail rotor controls yaw (left
or right).
▼ The right stick operates the cyclic steering controls which are used to move the
helicopter forwards/back and to crab the helicopter left or right.
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Mode 1 (throttle right) transmitter
▼ The right stick controls throttle (climb or descend) and cyclic roll control to crab
the helicopter left or right.
▼ The left stick operates the tail rotor controls yaw (left or right) and cyclic fore/aft
controls which move the helicopter forwards/back.
Transmitter stick movements
Helicopters require relatively small control inputs of relatively short duration.
Do not move the sticks to extreme positions! A delicate touch is required on the
sticks. The sticks should be allowed to return to neutral almost immediately after a
control input is made. If you watch an experienced pilot hovering his helicopter, you
will see that his transmitter sticks hardly move. This is the goal you will be working
towards in this guide.
Height control
A helicopter’s rotating wings - the rotor blades, generate lift, in the same way that a
propeller generates thrust. The lift generated by the main rotor blades increases as
rotor speed rises causing the helicopter to climb. Conversely as the main rotor speed
is reduced, the helicopter descends.
This method of helicopter height control is called ‘fixed pitch’.
Height is managed using the throttle stick of your transmitter.
Push forward to climb, pull back to descend.
Yaw control
Yaw control is achieved by altering the speed of the tail rotor causing rotation to left
or right about the main rotor shaft.
When a helicopter is in the hover it can be yawed left or right.
Push the rudder stick left to yaw the nose of the helicopter to the left and push to the
right to yaw the nose right.
Your Twister 400 Sport V2 helicopter is fitted with a micro piezo gyro and electronic
mixing system which automatically helps stabilise the tail making for much easier
flight.
Steering control - fore and aft cyclic
When hovering, a brief forward push on the cyclic control stick will tilt the rotor disc
forward causing the helicopter to move off in that direction. Pull the stick back gently
to stop it. If you pull the stick back further, you start flying backwards.
Steering control - roll cyclic
When hovering, a brief right control stick movement will roll the rotor disc to the right
and the helicopter will start moving to the right. By briefly moving the stick to the left
any right drift or movement will be arrested or reduced.
Mastering the hover
Both experienced model and full-size helicopter pilots in the hover will gently ‘nudge’
the cyclic controls automatically in order to keep their helicopter in one spot and
prevent it from moving away from that spot.
A large part of the initial learning phase in helicopter flight is about mastering the
cyclic controls and learning to hover. Control commands will become ‘instinctive’
when you have ‘mastered’ the hover.
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Learning to fly
A. Throttle control
If you have never flown an R/C helicopter before, we recommend learning to fly in
Beginner Mode before progressing to Advanced Mode.
▼ 1. Place the helicopter on flat even ground no closer than 10 foot from people or
obstacles. Gently increase the throttle by pushing the throttle stick slowly up
towards the top of the transmitter. The main rotor blades will start to spin.
▼ 2. Keep advancing the throttle stick until the helicopter leaves the ground. Do not
let the model climb higher than 1 foot initially.
▼ 3. To begin with, move the throttle stick up and down in very small increments to
find the correct amount of throttle required to keep the helicopter at a constant
height.
▼ 4. If you get into trouble or lose orientation, slowly move the throttle stick to its
lowest position and the helicopter rotors will slow causing the helicopter to
descend. This gives you a chance to analyse what went wrong and try again—a
much better option than fighting the helicopter into the wall or the furniture!
NB It is perfectly normal for a helicopter to want to drift left/right/forwards/backwards
as it becomes light on the skids. The art of helicopter flying is to anticipate the
heli’s next movement and to nudge the cyclic control stick(s) lightly to correct
and to throttle back when your brain cannot keep up. The following section F.
TRIMMING THE HELICOPTER describes how you use the digital trimmers to
achieve this.
B. Left/right rotation (yaw)
▼ 1. Now that you have helicopter height under reasonable control you can learn to
rotate by using the yaw control.
▼ 2. To make the nose turn to the left, move the yaw stick to the left. Centre the stick
to stop the helicopter rotating to the left.
▼ 3. To make the nose turn to the right, move the yaw stick to the right. Centre the
stick to stop the helicopter turning to the right.
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Yaw left
- Rotate nose to the Left
Yaw right
- Rotate nose to the Right
C. Fore/aft cyclic control
▼ 1. Once you have become adept at hovering and yawing you can try moving the
heli around the room using the fore/aft cyclic control.
Move the fore/aft stick forward to make the helicopter move forwards. Centre
the stick to stop the helicopter moving forwards.
▼ 2. Move the stick backwards, or towards you to make the helicopter move
backwards. Centre the stick to stop the helicopter moving backwards.
Forwards Fore cyclic
Backwards Aft cyclic
D. Left/right cyclic controls
▼ 1. Now using the left/right cyclic stick, move the stick left to make the helicopter
crab to the left. Centre the stick to stop the helicopter crabbing to the left.
▼ 2. Move the stick right to make the helicopter crab to the right. Centre the stick to
stop the helicopter crabbing to the right.
Crab to the Left - Left cyclic
Crab to the Right - Right cyclic
▼ 3. As you get more confident, you can combine movements at the same time to
fly circles, figure eights, climbing and descending circles, nose in flying and
precision landings on objects. The possibilities are endless. ENJOY!
▼ 4. When you have finished flying, turn off the helicopter FIRST, then the transmitter.
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F. Trimming the helicopter (mode 1)
The model should be stable and centred in the hover to produce the best flight
performance. If you find that your model has a tendency to drift out of the hover then
you can use the digital transmitter trims to correct it.
The transmitter features digital trims.
Throttle trim
Yaw trim
If the main rotor blades are rotating when you plug in the battery
but no throttle is applied, decrease the throttle trim by pressing
down on the trim slider.
If the rotor blades do not start to rotate when you raise the
throttle stick, increase the throttle trim by pressing up on the
trim slider.
If the model rotates to the left or the right press the yaw trim
slider in the opposite direction to correct it, e.g., If the model
rotates left, press the trim slider right, until the model is centred.
Fore/aft cyclic trim
If the model drifts forwards or backwards press the trim slider
in the opposite direction to correct it, e.g., If the model drifts
forwards, press the trim slider backwards (aft) trim until the
model is centred.
Left/right cyclic trim
If the model rolls to the left or right, press the trim slider to
correct it, e.g. If the model drifts to the left, press the trim slider
to the right, until the model is centred.
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G. Trimming the helicopter (mode 2)
The model should be stable and centred in the hover to produce the best flight
performance. If you find that your model has a tendency to drift out of the hover then
you can use the trim buttons detailed on page 5 to correct it. The transmitter features
digital trims.
Throttle trim
If the main rotor blades are rotating when you plug in the battery
but no throttle is applied, decrease the throttle trim by pressing
down on the trim slider.
If the rotor blades do not start to rotate when you raise the
throttle stick, increase the throttle trim by pressing up on the
trim slider.
Yaw trim
If the model rotates to the left or the right press the yaw trim
slider in the opposite direction to correct it, e.g., If the model
rotates left, press the trim slider right, until the model is centred.
Fore/aft cyclic trim
If the model drifts forwards or backwards press the trim slider
in the opposite direction to correct it, e.g., If the model drifts
forwards, press the trim slider backwards (aft) trim until the
model is centred.
Left/right cyclic trim
If the model rolls to the left or right, press the trim slider to
correct it, e.g., If the model drifts to the left, press the trim slider
to the right, until the model is centred.
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Binding transmitter to receiver
A working 2.4GHz transmitter and receiver (in the helicopter) have a coded or ‘bound’
relationship with each other. The setting up of this relationship is known as ‘binding’.
In a ‘bound’ transmitter/receiver relationship the receiver (and therefore the
helicopter it is in) is bound to your transmitter and can only respond to signals
received from that transmitter. It will not respond to any other device or transmitter.
A. Binding your helicopter
▼ 1. Make sure the throttle is in the lowest position, that is, throttle stick towards you,
then switch on the transmitter.
▼ 2. Connect helicopter battery and place on a flat surface, then switch on the
helicopter.
▼ 3. Wait for at least 5 seconds after switching on the helicopter.
▼ 4. Pick up the heli and hold it by the landing skids in one hand, keeping clear of the
rotors. Gently move the sticks on the transmitter side to side to confirm the heli is
responding. Your helicopter is now ready for use.
B. Flying with other Twister 400 pilots
It is possible to have up to five Twister 400 Sport V2 helicopters operating in the same
vicinity at one time.
WARNING: it is very important to turn on the heli’s one at a time (i.e. not all at once!)
Proceed as follows:
▼ 1. Turn on the first transmitter then
▼ 2. Turn on the first heli.
▼ 3. When the heli is responding correctly, turn on the second transmitter then
▼ 4. Turn on the second heli and so on…
…until up to five Twister 400 Sport V2 helicopters are ready for flight.
Double check that each transmitter is controlling one heli, then all five can be flown
together.
We wish you good luck and hope you enjoy your Twister 400 Sport V2!
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Parts List
Code
Description
6605944
6605946
6605966
6605940
6605948
6605964
6605942
6605956
6605960
6605962
6605904
6605968
6605954
6605952
6605914
6605916
6605918
6605920
6605922
6605958
6605950
6605972
6605974
6605976
6605978
6605932
6605934
Main rotor blades
Rotor head assembly
Tail rotor blade with screw
Flybar assembly
Mainshaft and drive gear with screw
Landing gear with screws
Link set
Tail gearbox with motor
Swashplate
Moulded fittings for main frame
Upper rotor head assembly
Canopy with mounts and screws
Tail boom with supports and screws
Horizontal and vertical stabilisers with screws
Tail motor with pinion gear and screws
Main motor with pinion gear and screws
Main shaft collet and bearings
LiPo Battery 7.4V 700mAh
Receiver, gyro and drive board
Micro servo (2pcs)
Main frame set with screws and spacers
Swash guide/motor mount
Transmitter Mode 2
Moulded main chassis parts
Main rotor centre hub
Twister 400 Sport battery charger UK
Twister 400 Sport battery charger EU
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Exploded view
Flybar
Links
Rotor blade
Centre hub
Swashplate
Swash guide
Main shaft
Main motor
Collet
Bearing
Canopy
Metal main frames
Fittings
Links
Main PCB
Tail blades
Servos
Horiz. fin
Moulded chassis
Moulded fitting
Tail boom
Drive gear
Boom support
Switch
Skids
Moulded chassis
Landing gear
Vertical fin
Tail gearbox ass’y
European agents: J Perkins Distribution,
Lenham, England
www.jperkinsdistribution.co.uk
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