Jim Ryan’s RC AH-56 Cheyenne Attack Helicopter

Sep 20, 2011 3 Comments by

We caught up with Model Airplane News contributor and Scale Electric Helicopter devotee, Jim Ryan at the recent NEAT Fair. Jim had with him several RC Helis including his award winning AH-56 Cheyenne Attack helicopter.

   

   

Jim scratch built this amazing  advanced attack design after the proposed Lockheed heli and duplicated the unique pusher prop/compound tail mechanism. Using T-Rex 450 menchanics and many custom-made parts and a scale 4-bladed rotor head, Jim’s AH-56 uses his own composite fuselage, vacuum formed canopy and retractable landing gear.

Stay tuned, video of this amazing scratch built attack heli is on the way!

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3 Responses to “Jim Ryan’s RC AH-56 Cheyenne Attack Helicopter”

  1. don jacobson says:

    do you have plans for your ah 56 cheyenne? please replay. don jacobson,1920 E sunset dr.waukesha wi. 53189, If not just send me a E-mail,thank you for your time and if any money let me know,

  2. ABE REICHMAN says:

    Hi there Mr. Ryan, Could u tell me please if you have or sell an AH-56 CHEYENNE FUSELAGES? I have a TREX 450 AND A 500 AND WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE YOUR FUSELAGE AND TAIL ROTORS ASSY’S. Please email me back with info , I would do businees with you. Thanks, and waiting to hear from you. abe.

  3. Kevin Parkins says:

    Hi Mr Ryan, do you have any plans available in 450 and 700 sizes, I have seen the muti bladed tail rotor photos you have on CNChelicopter.com and looks very impressive.
    with kind regards

    Kev from the UK

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