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Twister CPx
sport & 3d aerobatic rtf heli
The professional CP Helicopter
Assembly & Flight Training guide
TWISTER
R/C
Factory-assembled CP helicopter with 2.4GHz 6 channel 4-model memory radio,
brushless motor, ESC, lipo, charger, power supply, heading lock gyro and MORE!
The professional choice
for newcomers & experts!
Specifications
Main rotor diameter.............................................. 550mm
Tail rotor diameter.................................................. 142mm
Length...................................................................... 530mm
Weight............................................................432g (11.5oz)
Contents
1..................................................... Assembled helicopter
1.........Twister 2.4GHz 6 Ch. computer radio - included
1.......................Planet R6M 2.4GHz receiver - installed
1.........................Twister HL400 tail lock gyro - installed
4..........................................EnErg S7.5 servos - installed
1....................... 3900RPM/V brushless motor - installed
1................ Twister 25 amp speed controller - installed
1.................Twister 11.1V lithium polymer battery pack
1............... Twister lithium polymer 12V DC/DC charger
1.................................Twister 240V mains power supply
1.........................................................Foam blade retainer
8................................................AA size pencell batteries
1.................................... Twister CPX instruction manual
Features
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Test-Flown & Flight-Guaranteed!
CCPM 120° flight control system for precise control
3D flight performance without upgrading
Bell/Hiller cyclic and collective pitch system for
fantastic hovering stability & powerful control
High performance, low current, brushless motor
Digital proportional Twister R/C 2.4GHz transmitter
with silky smooth sticks
High quality ball bearings
Planet R6M 6-channel receiver installed
High performance, low friction belt tail drive
Professional HL 400 tail lock & std dual rate gyro
Autorotation freewheel fitted
Professional digital servos installed
Completely new 2-part main frame design
Factory fitted flybar training weights
From Beginner to Aerobatic & 3D
with just ONE model!
Take the next step from co-axial helicopters
with the Twister CPX!
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Contents
Introduction..................................................... 1
Crashes & spare parts........................... 1
Never flown? Please read............................ 1
Preparing for flight......................................... 2
1. Unpack your Twister CPX.................. 2
Battery & charger........................................... 2
2. Connect charger to power supply.... 2
3. Connect the battery to the charger.. 2
Lithium Polymer Battery Safety................... 3
Final flight preparation.................................. 3
4. Installing the battery........................... 3
5. Rotor blades check............................. 3
6. Linkage check...................................... 3
7. Switch on transmitter......................... 3
8. Range check........................................ 4
9. Control Check...................................... 4
Advanced Flying Features............................ 5
Flybar training Weights.......................... 5
3D/Idle Up Switch................................... 5
Flight Training Guide...................................... 5
The Flying Area........................................ 5
Step 1-Positioning................................... 5
Step 2-Rotor Spin Up.............................. 5
Step 3-Going for a walk.......................... 5
Step 4-The First Hop............................... 6
Step 5-hovering and Manoeuvres........ 6
Step 6-Forward Flight............................. 6
Troubleshooting.............................................. 7
Vibration................................................... 7
Main rotor does not turn........................ 7
Main rotor turns but helicopter does not
take off...................................................... 7
Spares and option parts................................ 8
Exploded diagram................................... 8
Exploded drawing ref no's................... 10
Spare parts listing................................. 11
Option parts............................................ 15
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Vital safety information
☛ If you have no experience flying R/C helicopters, it
is highly recommended that you seek advice from your
supplier and/or an experienced R/C helicopter pilot.
☛ Read all instructions carefully prior to assembling
and before flying the helicopter.
☛ Seek advice should any information be unclear.
You assume all risk and responsibility when using this
model.
☛ Keep well clear of rotating blades. Never wear
loose clothing when operating helicopters. Always
wear protective eye wear.
☛ Only fly in areas where it is safe to do so and in
areas where the flying of R/C models is permitted.
☛ Do not fly near people, animals, buildings or
obstacles.
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Do not fly your model at head height.
Do not fly your model within 5 metres of yourself or
any other person.
weee disposal
Do not dispose of this product with other household waste.
Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste
equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for
the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The
separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at
the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and
ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health
and the environment. For more information about where you can
drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your
local council, your household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
J Perkins Distribution Ltd declares that this remote controlled
model helicopter is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
A copy of the declaration of conformity can be obtained from
J Perkins Distribution Ltd, Ashford rd, Lenham, Kent. ME17 2DL
GUARANTEE/WARRANTY
J.Perkins Distribution Ltd and Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. Guarantee this product to be free from manufacturing
and assembly defects for a period of one year from the time of purchase. This does not affect your statuary 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/Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. 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.
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Introduction
Never flown? Please read...
About the Twister CPX
The Twister CPX is designed as the next step up
for pilots who have mastered co-axial helicopters.
Through adjustment of the factory-fitted It is fully
aerobatic and capable of 3D manoeuvres without
the need for upgrades.
The Twister CPX’s state of the art 120 degree CCPM
control system ensures precise control. This control
system combined with precision wooden main rotor
blades and adjustable flybar training weights gives
the Twister CPX its stable flight characteristics.
The high performance, low current draw, brushless
motor powers the Twister CPX through aerobatics
with ease. The use of high quality ball races
throughout the helicopter and the belt driven tail
drive system, not only ensures smooth operation,
but by reducing friction, flight times increase as a
result of the lower current draw.
While the Twister CPX is designed as the next step
up for pilots from co-axial helicopters, we would
recommend, however, that you seek some advice
from an experienced helicopter pilot for the initial
flights.
Features such as ‘Collective Pitch’ and ‘CCPM’ will
be unfamiliar to the helicopter pilot who has only
flown co-axial (twin rotor) helicopters.
Collective Pitch helicopters, although more complex
than Fixed Pitch designs, gives the pilot more
precise control of his model.
Factory Assembled
The Twister CPX comes assembled with four EnErg
S7.5 servos installed along with a Twister 2.4GHz
6 channel computer radio with 4 model memory.
A high performance brushless motor, Twister 25A
speed controller and a Twister HL400 tail lock gyro
are also fully installed at the factory.
Crashes & spare parts
The Twister CPX has been designed to be strong
and easy to repair, however, should the helicopter
crash, there is a chance that parts will be
damaged. In the event of a crash, it is important
that the helicopter be thoroughly checked before
undertaking further flights to ensure that no danger
could be posed to yourself, bystanders or property.
If the structural integrity of any part is in doubt,
the part should be replaced. Crash damage is NOT
covered by warranty.
Use the exploded view at the rear of this manual,
along with the listed part numbers, and contact your
hobby supplier for the required parts.
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Safety
Radio Control Models are not toys and serious injury
to persons or damage to property can result if not
used in a responsible manner.
In flight the main rotor blades can approach
2000rpm, therefore never fly closer than 5 metres
and never fly your model at head height.
In the UK, please observe the principles of safety
as outlined by the governing body for model flying,
the British Model Flying Association (BMFA). www.
bmfa.org
In Australia, please observe the guidelines for the
safe operation of radio control models as outlined
by the Model Aircraft Association of Australia
(MAAA). www.maaa.asn.au
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Preparing for flight
1. Unpack your Twister CPX
 Carefully remove the model and other items
from the packaging.
 Inspect the model to check that nothing
is damaged and that all components have
been included.
 Insert 8 AA batteries into the transmitter
battery compartment being careful to
observe battery polarity, (refer to the Twister
RC radio instructions).
3. Connect the battery to the
charger
 Plug the white 4 pin connector on the flight
battery into the socket on the right side of
the charger.
Battery & charger
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2. Connect charger to power
supply
 The charger supplied is designed to
automatically charge the LiPo battery in
around 1 hour from a discharged state..
 The charger is powered by the supplied
240V AC power supply or alternatively, a 12V
DC power source such as a 12V gel cell or
car battery can be used.
 Plug the connector from the AC power
adapter or the 12V DC power lead into the
socket on the left hand side of the charger.
See below:
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The green LED will light and the red ‘POWER’
LED will glow solid red.
When the battery is fully charged, the green
LED will go out.
The battery can now be disconnected from
the charger and is ready for use.
WARNING!
Li-poly batteries can be dangerous!
Do not leave battery unattended when charging
Do not attempt to charge a warm battery. Allow
battery to cool before charging.
Disconnect battery immediately should battery
become hot to touch.
If using a 12VDC power source, connect
the red alligator clamp to the positive (+)
terminal and the black alligator clamp to the
negative (-) terminal.
The ‘POWER’ LED will flash red.
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Lithium Polymer Battery Safety
Final flight preparation
Before Charging Li-Po Batteries
 Before charging your battery, check for any
visible damage e.g. check if the battery has
expanded or swollen in size or if the cells
have been punctured.
 If any of the above is true: DO NOT CHARGE
THE BATTERY!
4. Installing the battery
 Secure the battery to the mounting tray with
the Velcro strap provided. See below:
Charging Li-Po Batteries
 ONLY use a charger designed to charge
Lithium Polymer batteries. NEVER use any
other type of charger.
 Never charge a hot battery.
 Always allow battery to cool after flying
before recharging.
 Never attempt to charge at a faster rate than
recommended in the instructions.
 Check the battery cell count matches the
charger cell count switch (if fitted)
 Never charge unattended. Always stay
with the battery whilst charging in case of
overheating and risk of fire.
 Only charge on non-flammable surfaces e.g.
concrete floor (outside) or pyrex or ceramic
container. NEVER charge inside a car!
 Stop charging immediately should battery
become hot to touch during charging.
 In the event of a fire, use sand to extinguish
the flames. DO NOT USE WATER
Using Li-Po Batteries
 Do not modify or change any part of the
battery or lead.
 Do not remove the heat shrink covering
 Any modification may damage the battery
and invalidate any warranty claim.
 Do not place battery near fires or any high
temperature object or device.
 Do not charge batteries whilst driving.
 Do not store batteries in a motor vehicle.
 Do not allow batteries to get wet or
submerged in any liquid.
 Do not short circuit batteries.
 Should skin or eyes come in contact with the
electrolyte, rinse thoroughly with water and
seek medical assistance.
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5. Rotor blades check
 Unfold the main rotor blades to the flying
position as shown below.
 Check the rotor blade bolt tension. Blades
should move with slight pressure applied.
6. Linkage check
 Check that all linkages and connectors
are attached and that rotating parts rotate
smoothly.
 Make sure that all linkages move freely with
no binding or tightness. Free up any linkages
that feel too tight.
7. Switch on transmitter
 The Twister CPX is changeable between
Mode 1 or Mode 2 transmitter. The Twister
RC Radio Instruction manual shows the
layout of both transmitter types.
 Move the throttle stick and throttle trim to
the lowest (low throttle ) position.
 Centre the trim levers on the other 3
functions.
 Make sure that the ‘3D’ (idle up) switch
and the ‘throttle hold’ switch are pushed
fully forward (towards the back of the
transmitter).
 Switch on the transmitter.
 Turn on the helicopter by connecting the
connector from the speed controller to
the matching connector on the battery as
shown.
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Make sure that you are well clear of the main and
tail rotors and the throttle stick and trim are at the
lowest position.
9. Control Check
Do not move the helicopter for a few seconds. This
allows the gyro to initialize.
 The tail servo will twitch and the indicator
light on the gyro will illuminate when the
gyro is armed.
Elevator (fore & aft cyclic) control
 Now move the elevator stick (fore & aft
cyclic). This is the left stick on a Mode 1
transmitter and right hand stick on a Mode
2 transmitter. When the stick is pushed
forward, the swash plate should tilt forward.
 Should the swash plate move in the
opposite direction, again refer to the radio
instructions on reversing this function.
NOTE - always disconnect the helicopter battery
before turning off the transmitter
WARNING!
Keep hands, clothing, eyes, animals and children
well clear when connecting power to this model
and when flying it!
8. Range check
 Check that the controls operate without any
interference at a minimum distance of 50
metres.
Aileron (roll cyclic) control
 View the helicopter from behind and move
the aileron stick (roll cyclic) left and right.
This the right hand stick on both Mode 1
and Mode 2 transmitters. The swash plate
of the helicopter should match the stick
movements e.g. the swash plate will tilt right
with the stick moved to the right.
 Should the swash plate move on the
opposite direction, this function will need to
be reversed. Refer to the Twister R/C radio
instructions.
Rudder (yaw) control
 Move the rudder stick left and right. This is
the left hand stick on both Mode 1 and Mode
2 transmitters and check the direction of the
tail rotors.
Left rudder applied
Right rudder applied
Throttle Control
 Slowly move the throttle stick forward. Right
hand stick on Mode 1 and left hand stick on
Mode 2 transmitters.
 Move the stick until the main rotor blades
begin to rotate slowly and then throttle back.
 Your Twister CPX is now ready for flight.
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Advanced Flying Features
Flight Training Guide
Flybar training Weights
The Twister CPX is equipped with adjustable
flybar weights. As the weights are moved further
outboard, stability increases. Conversely, move the
weights inboard to make control faster.
If the flybar weights are moved, the balance of the
flybar MUST be checked after the adjustment. To
do this, all linkages to the flybar must be released
and then the flybar observed to see if the flybar
assembly falls a particular way.
Adjust the weights until the unit is balanced.
The Flying Area
If this is your first conventional rotor helicopter, it is
recommended that the initial flights be carried out in
conditions with very little or no wind.
Make sure that the flying area is clear of obstacles
and people while coming to terms with the flight
characteristics and feel of the Twister CPX.
Step 1-Positioning
Make sure all the controls are operating correctly
and position yourself approximately 2-3 metres
behind the helicopter and slightly off to one side so
that the nose is visible.
A smooth surface is also recommended.
Pro Tip................................. When flying the helicopter,
you must always watch the nose. If the nose yaws
to the left then right rudder (tail rotor) must be
applied to correct this.
Flybar training weights
3D/Idle Up Switch
The 3D/Idle Up switch on the transmitter is used
when performing advanced aerobatic manoeuvres.
When the switch is activated (pulled forward), a
new throttle curve and pitch curve is applied.
With Idle Up on, collective pitch travel is increased
at low stick, whilst at the same time, power is never
allowed to fall below 60% over the lower half of the
throttle stick travel.
3D/Idle Up Switch
The effect of Idle Up is to provide high power at low
stick positions thus providing a constant rotor speed
during aerobatic manoeuvres.
WARNING!
Do not use the 3D/Idle Up switch unless you are an
experienced RC helicopter pilot.
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Step 2-Rotor Spin Up
Watch the nose of the helicopter and slowly apply
just enough throttle that the helicopter becomes
light on its landing skids.
Observe whether or not the helicopter tends to tilt
forwards, backwards, left or right.
Use the trim levers on the transmitter to correct
any of these tendencies. E.g. if the helicopter tilts
forward, apply some back elevator trim; if the
helicopter tilts to the right, apply some left aileron
trim.
Pro Tip................................. At this stage we want
the helicopter to remain on the ground. Only apply
throttle gently and in small amounts. Applying too
much throttle too quickly can cause the helicopter
to leap in the air making it extremely difficult to keep
control.
Step 3-Going for a walk
The helicopter should now be trimmed and you
should be in a position to start learning to take your
Twister CPX ‘for a walk’. These first few flights
should be made with the helicopter on the ground
and on a smooth surface.
Apply throttle until the helicopter is light on its skids
and add a small amount of forward elevator (fore &
aft cyclic control).
Apply enough throttle that the helicopter starts
to move slowly forwards. Watch for any change
of direction and be ready to use the transmitter
controls to correct this.
Reduce throttle immediately should you have any
difficulties maintaining control.
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This ‘walking technique’ is a safe way of developing
the ability of automatically being able to apply the
correct transmitter input.
Practice this until applying the correct transmitter
input becomes second nature.
Step 4-The First Hop
Having practiced and mastered the ‘walking
technique’, you are ready to make the first ‘hop’ into
the air.
This is similar to ‘walking’ the helicopter, but with
slightly more throttle applied. While walking the
helicopter, apply more throttle until the helicopter
leaves the ground.
Reduce throttle immediately to settle the helicopter
back on the ground. You have completed your first
hop!
Keep the helicopter moving forward while
practicing these ‘hops’
You will notice that as the helicopter breaks free
from the ground, it may attempt to accelerate
quickly and in an unforeseen direction.
This is the natural affect of the helicopter freeing
itself from the friction of the ground.
Many inexperienced pilots feel they only have
limited control after the helicopter leaves the
ground, however, with practice, they find that they
further develop their ability to automatically apply
the correct control input that was first learnt by
‘walking’ the helicopter.
Helicopters by nature do not sit perfectly still in a
hover and some control input is always required.
As your hand/eye co-ordination skills develop, you
will be able to pick up and correct any drift, roll and
yaw tendencies almost immediately. Your ‘hops’ will
become larger and smoother and will know what
amount of control input is required.
Step 6-Forward Flight
As your proficiency and confidence grows you will
want to progress into basic forward flight.
A much larger area is required. Outside with no
wind is ideal. Remember, due to its light weight, any
breeze can greatly affect the performance of the
Twister CPX.
A flight simulator is a great teaching aid for learning
’Nose In’ manoeuvres. With the helicopter facing
you, some of the controls effectively become
reversed, easily catching out the inexperienced
pilot.
Step 5-hovering and
Manoeuvres
As your co-ordination and anticipation improves you
can now attempt a sustained ‘hover’.
Hovering is similar to ‘hopping’ but with the throttle
sustained and the forward motion reduced.
Practice hovering until confident with the basic
handling of the helicopter.
Once becoming proficient in hovering, practice
applying the different control inputs to slowly move
the helicopter around. E.g. apply rudder (yaw)
control to rotate the helicopter; apply aileron (roll
cyclic) control to make the helicopter drift right or
left.
If you get into trouble at any stage, reduce the
throttle and land.
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Troubleshooting
Vibration
 olution 1 – Out of balance main blades
If vibration of tail boom or undercarriage is
noticeable, the most likely problem will be
out of balance main blades. To cure this,
balance the main blades as follows: Remove
the complete rotor head from the main shaft.
Support the head assembly by placing the
flybar paddles on 2 glass tumblers or similar.
Observe which blade falls lowest and add
some tape to the underside tip of the higher
blade. Adjust until the blades are level and
re-fit the rotor head assembly.
 olution 2 – Bent main shaft
The tail boom and undercarriage will vibrate
if the main shaft is bent. Replace the main
shaft and gear if you suspect that the main
shaft is bent.
 olution 3 – Main blades too tight.
The helicopter can also vibrate if the main
blade retaining bolts are too tight. Loosen
the bolts slightly and re-try.
 olution 4 – Blade tracking is out.
Sometimes, the rotor blades will fly at
different heights and this will cause
vibration. When the helicopter rotor disc is
viewed in flight, the red tipped blade may fly
at a different height to the other main blade.
The blades are running ‘out of track’. Note
which blade is lower. Land the helicopter
and lengthen the pitch control link (#6601210)
of the lower flying blade. This increases the
blades angle of attack which will make the
blade fly higher. Test fly and check the blade
tracking once again. Re-adjust if necessary
to get the blades to run ’in track’ as close as
possible.
 olution 5 – Flybar paddles out of balance.
Check that the distances from the centre
hub out to the flybar paddles are the same
for both paddles. Adjust the flybar position
by loosening the flybar retaining collars
associated with part #6601190 and sliding
the flybar through the centre hub. Re-tighten
the retaining collars.
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Main rotor does not turn
 olution 1 – Check throttle stick and trim lever
are both fully down when turning on the
helicopter.
 olution 2 – Check all electrical connections.
Check that all electrical connectors are
seated properly.
 olution 3 – Check that the orange light on the
receiver is glowing solid to show that the
transmitter and receiver are bound.
 olution 4 – Check that the motor pinion gear is
engaged with the main drive gear.
 olution 5 – Check that the LiPo battery is
charged.
 olution 6 – Check the state of the transmitter
batteries. Replace if necessary.
Main rotor turns but
helicopter does not take off
 olution 1 – This sometimes happens if your
rotor blades are flying too low (not enough
pitch). The helicopter will sometimes take
off, but appears to be low on power. This
is nearly always because one blade is
flying too low. If this is the case, follow
the procedure outlined in Solution 4 of
VIBRATION.
 olution 2 – Gear mesh too tight.
This is rectified by loosening off the motor
retaining screws and pushing the motor
away from the main gear slightly. Re-tighten
the mounting screws to secure the motor
in its new position. There should be a small
amount of backlash present between the
pinion gear and main gear.
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Spares and option parts
Exploded diagram
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Exploded drawing ref no's
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6601427
6601428
6601428 6601452
6601448
7710350
6601440 6601441
6601423
6601425 6601452
6601424
6601425
6601425
6600364
6600296
6601445
6601433 6601434
6601433 6601434
6601385
6601434
6601434
6600452
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Spare parts listing
4460102
6601190
6601160
6600330
6600296
6601210
6600364
6600331
6600320
6600402
6600380
6600342
6600750
6600410
6600381
TWISTER HL-400 HEADING HOLD GYRO
TWISTER 240v (TO 12v DC) POWER SUPPLY
(3 PIN)
TWISTER CPX SERVO ARM SET (H/DUTY)
TWISTER CP GOLD CARBON MAIN BLADES
242mm
TWISTER BEARING (3x6x2.5)(2)TAIL
SHAFT,FLYBAR
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TWISTER CP/GOLD FLYBAR (2)
TWISTER CPX LIPO BATTERY PACK
TWISTER 240v (TO 12v DC) POWER SUPPLY
(2 PIN)
TWISTER CP V1->V2 BELL/HILLER
CONVERSION KIT
TWISTER CP SPINDLE SHAFT FOR OPTION
ROTOR
TWISTER CP/GOLD FLYBAR HUB/BEARINGS/
CRADLE
TWISTER CP/GOLD FLYBAR-MIXER LINK
SET (2)
TWISTER 3 CELL LI-PO BALANCER CHARGER
TWISTER 3D STORM ELECTRONIC SPEED
CONTROLLER
TWISTER CP(V2)/GOLD BLADE GRIP SET (2)
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6600660
6601386
6601392
6601180
6601420
6601421
6601215
6601423
6601424
6601280
6601320
6601340
6601359
6601360
6601361
6601380
6601384
6601385
TWISTER FLYBAR PADDLES (2)
TWISTER CP/GOLD FLYBAR CONTROL UNIT
TWISTER CP (V2) SWASH-MIXER DOUBLE
LINK (2)
TWISTER CP GOLD CANOPY MOUNTING
ROD SET
TWISTER CPX CHASSIS
TWISTER CPX MAIN FRAME & BATTERY
HOLDER SET
TWISTER CP/3D STORM ‘O’ RING & SILICONE TWISTER CP/GOLD S/PLATE TO FLYBAR
SET
LINKS (2)
TWISTER CP GOLD WOOD MAIN BLADES
242mm
TWISTER CP GOLD TAIL CENTRE HUB
12
TWISTER CP GOLD SHIMS (5.6x3.1x0.1mm)
SET
TWISTER CP GOLD TAIL ROTOR GRIP SET
TWISTER CP GOLD SPINDLE SHAFT ONLY (2)
TWISTER CPX TAIL BELT
TWISTER CPX U/CARRIAGE CROSS MEMBERS
(2)
TWISTER CP/GOLD FLYBAR PADDLE WEIGHTS
(2)
TWISTER CP GOLD BELL MIXER ARM &
PUSHROD SET
TWISTER CP GOLD ALUMINIUM BALL &
SCREWS (4)
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6601396
6601435
6601436
6601422
6601438
6601439
6601425
6601441
6601442
6601426
6601427
6601428
6601429
6601430
6601431
6601432
6601433
6601434
TWISTER CP GOLD BEARINGS (2x5x2.5) (4)
TWISTER CPX TAIL PULLEY SET
TWISTER CPX U/CARRIAGE SKIDS (2)
TWISTER CPX SWASHPLATE (METAL)
TWISTER CPX SWASHPLATE LINK SET
TWISTER CPX CANOPY SET (BLUE)
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TWISTER CPX TAIL BOOM
TWISTER CPX HORIZONTAL FIN MOUNTING
SET
TWISTER CPX TAIL GEARBOX CASE
TWISTER CPX MAIN GEAR SET (INC ONEWAY BRG)
TWISTER CPX MAIN SHAFT SET
TWISTER CPX CANOPY SET (RED)
TWISTER CPX TAIL SERVO MOUNTING SET
TWISTER CPX HORIZONTAL FIN SET
TWISTER CPX TAIL OUTPUT SHAFT SET
TWISTER CPX MAIN GEAR LOWER HUB
TWISTER CPX MAIN ROTOR HUB SET
TWISTER CPX CANOPY SET (WHITE)
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6601437
6602320
6601450
6601440
6601445
6601560
6601443
6601448
7712115
6601444
6601452
6601447
7710350
6601451
6601446
TWISTER CPX TAIL PITCH CHANGE GUIDE (2)
TWISTER CPX VERTICAL FIN SET
TWISTER CPX TAIL SERVO PUSHROD & LINK
SET (2)
TWISTER CPX TAIL BOOM SUPPORT SET
TWISTER 3D STORM TAIL ROTOR BLADES
TWISTER CPX TAIL PITCH CHANGE LEVER
TWISTER CPX BATTERY VELCRO
TWISTER CPX ONE WAY BEARING
TWISTER BEARINGS (4x8x3) (2)
SUPER MICRO DIGITAL 7.5g SERVO (S7.5D
EnErG)
TWISTER CPX HARDWARE SET
TWISTER CPX MAIN BRUSHLESS MOTOR SET PLANET R6M 6CH 6 GRAM 2.4GHz RECEIVER
TWISTER CPX BLADE CADDY
14
TWISTER CPX TAIL PITCH SLIDER SET
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Option parts
JP No Description
6600364 TWISTER CPX SERVO ARM SET (H/DUTY)
a. 6600550 TWISTER CPX CNC MAIN ROTOR HEAD SET
b. 6600551 TWISTER CPX CNC MAIN ROTOR HUB SET
c. 6600552 TWISTER CPX CNC M/BL.GRIP & BELL ARM
6600553 TWISTER CPX MAIN SHAFT SET
6600554 TWISTER CPX S/STEEL FLY BAR (2)
d. 6600555 TWISTER CPX CNC FLYBAR HUB SET
6600556 TWISTER CPX CNC FLYBAR CONTROL FRAME
6600557 TWISTER CPX CNC LINK SET (2)
e. 6600558 TWISTER CPX CNC SWASHPLATE
6600559 TWISTER CPX METAL SPINDLE SHAFT (2)
f. 6600560 TWISTER CPX TAIL SERVO MOUNT SET (2)
6600561 TWISTER CPX CNC HORIZONTAL FIN MOUNT
g. 6600562 TWISTER CPX CARBON TAIL BOOM
h. 6600563 TWISTER CPX CARBON HORIZONTAL FIN
i. 6600564 TWISTER CPX CARBON VERTICAL FIN
j. 6600565 TWISTER CPX CNC TAIL PC LEVER SET
6600566 TWISTER CPX CNC TAIL CASE SET
k 6600567 TWISTER CPX CNC TAIL PITCH SLIDER SE
l. 6600568 TWISTER CPX CNC TAIL BLADE GRIP SET
6600569 TWISTER CPX HARDWARE SET
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
I
j
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Twister CPx
sport & 3d aerobatic rtf heli
The professional CP Helicopter
Factory-assembled CP helicopter with 2.4GHz 6 channel 4-model memory radio,
brushless motor, ESC, lipo, charger, power supply, heading lock gyro and MORE!
The professional choice
for newcomers & experts!
Australasian agents: Model
Engines, Melbourne, Australia
European agents: J Perkins
Distribution, Lenham, England
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