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Bi-rotor tilt copper

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This is my entry for the competition. I hope you guys like it! It features motorised contra rotating rotos, joystick control of both rotor assemblies and a rear opening hatch.

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This is my entry for the competition. I hope you guys like it! It features motorised contra rotating rotos, joystick control of both rotor assemblies and a rear opening hatch.

That's awesome, I hope to be uploading pics of my entry soon, 2 weeks really isn't that much time to make a decent MOC but you have done it. I'm pretty much finished with my rescue helicopter now just gotta borrow a camera!

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Looks great. It reminds me of the Orca in the C&C games. It's always good to see something in Technic that isn't a land vehicle. :thumbup:

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Is that intended to be one of the vehicles from the Avatar movie? Sure looks like one.

This is my entry for the competition. I hope you guys like it! It features motorised contra rotating rotos, joystick control of both rotor assemblies and a rear opening hatch.

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Is that intended to be one of the vehicles from the Avatar movie? Sure looks like one.

That's what I was thinking, I don't know if there are really copters like this though...

It looks great! Very nice use of those gray treads! It may need a little more color, but I think it's excellent as-is! What motor did you use?

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wow this is probably the largest airplane i've ever seen. rotors seem to be a little bit flimsy. is this remote controlled?

very nice nonetheless

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Its not RC, because i dont need for that. Rotors are 'flimsy' because they are held to body in only 2 points, because treads have only 2 axleholes.

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