Scouting for remarkable helicopter is concerned kind of fun for pilots. Today I’ll take you to have a look at GAUI X3, a truly great 3D helicopter not widely known by hobbyists. With 690mm in length, 190mm in width and 230mm in height, the helicopter weighs 532g with basic kit included. Well, this helicopter adopts a little different design from others, resulting in super agile and smooth movements.
GAUI X3Utilizing the newest CNC main blade grip with selective three position pitch lever, GAUI X3is endowed with different flight characteristics. The added pitch lever screw to main blade grip is particularly for ultra-furious 3D flights. In addition, the helicopter is featured by very low CG which greatly enhances resistance to the wind. The flybarless system to some extents can promote response speed as well as flight efficiency.
GAUI X3
Normal directions flights like rising, descending, turning left and right, moving forward and backward all can be achieved without striking a blowing. Adopting flight control system with adjustable three-axis gyroscope, GAUI X3 is capable of rolling, 360º rotating, flipping, crabbing, , pitching, inverted flying and vertical flying. As long as you’re skillful enough, more appreciative stunts can reached by the 6CH helicopter.
GAUI X3
When flying at windy outdoor, GAUI X3 can automatically correct it attitude if flying into wrong direction. Let alone, the shining golden canopy may help you clearly identify flying direction, dramatically reducing flight crash. Moreover, the canopy made of fiberglass possesses no electricity conduction ability. Even if the copter rashes by accident, the inner mixed wires wouldn’t cause explosion when touching the canopy.
GAUI X3
More details about GAUI X3: the rotor holder wash-out and pitch linkage rod whose maintenance is the easiest and simplest. Main rotor holder seems to be quite sturdy and there are 3 holes on pitch control arm, allowing you to adjust by your will. The tail drive gear uses disc bevel gear to directly power the tail drive shaft, and there’s a large metal plate under the bevel gear to support it and to avoid jumping.