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We are very excited to introduce the next revolutionary leap in this industry. HSD has shifted into high gear with their latest innovative products, and we’re proud to bring them to our lineup. Three models have taken industry standards to the next level by using exclusive turbine Q-Foam technology. The turbine-powered Super Viper, F-16 Fighting Falcon and Mirage 2000 from HSD are breaking boundaries by making kerosene-fueled models accessible for the experienced pilot. These jets bring together the best of both worlds - a quality turbine standard airframe at an affordable price, which is perfection like no other.
These new turbine-powered models from HSD are designed to the highest tolerances with the use of high-density Q-Foam, carbon fiber composites, aluminum alloys, plastics and other materials. The structural integrity in these models far exceed their EDF counterparts, best suiting them for the powerful hobby-grade turbines. They are also equipped with top notch electronics that surpass current out-of-the-box standards. We’re talking heavy-duty titanium gear servos, robust aluminum CNC landing gear, and high-quality 60 core copper wiring.
These models assemble rather quickly which is unusual for turbine models. The minimal downtime gives the pilot more room to prepare for their specific preferences and settings. They also have additional features that are a standard to HSD turbine models. These features range from a full LED package, a landing gear brake system, a stabilization control board, an exhaust smoke system, and simple to use wing connectors – no more dealing with fishing wires through an airframe. The best part about it? This is put together for the fraction of the cost of traditional turbine models.
This is the next step, and it’s exciting to be a part of it. If you’re ready, join the ranks of other turbine pilots by taking on an HSD turbine jet!
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