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Old 12-11-2009, 06:36 AM   #1
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Hi Guys,

Is there a conversion kit to convert Trex 600N to electric...

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Old 12-11-2009, 07:20 AM   #2
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Re: Trex 600N Conversion

it wouldnt be hard to convert it but it would be wiser
to just but a 600e

but if your gunho on converting there is probly a few threads on it over on runryder
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IN Helifreak there is a video on this conversion. It is found under the 600 nitro page. Then go to build and repair videos by Mercuriell here is the title of the video Rotorworkz T600 Nitro frames E -> N conversion notes - 38MB wmv

I believe you must join the forums to download it. There are many videos on the site that are very valuable to any Heli flyer out there. The guys that creat these videos do a great job for the hobbie. From what I have seen from the video, it is a very easy conversion and you do re-use most of the heli stuff.

Here is the link to Rotorworks conversion kit.

HXF Extreme, I believe this is what you are looking for

IMO It may be cheap enogh to convert, there are guys out there doing it, but there are also some great prices on just outright buying the electric version. I have a nitro version and I cannot justifly converting now that I am setup for nitro, so far I just fuel up and fly, but the electric does have advantages too.

Hope this info helps.

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Cool thanks guys
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