The Axe 100 CP is one of the most innovative helis available. A flybarless, collective pitch head gives it a wide performance range with a low parts count, making it more efficient and more durable than a flybar design. Digital servos are used for speed and precision, with a full case design for damage and impact-protection. It also uses a traditional frame layout for rigidity and ease of maintenance, while the large diameter main gear is mated to a hollow steel main shaft.
The Triple Axis Gyro System (TAGS) provides stability to the yaw, roll and pitch axes. Their claim is that once you’ve experienced TAGS, you won’t ever want to fly without it. And I believe it.
With Tx-R technology you can fly virtually any Tx-R aircraft with your own transmitter — the one that’s already set up just the way you like it. As long as your 6-channel transmitter is compatible with AnyLink — and nearly all brands, bands and modulations are — it will fly this model. In most cases, all you do is plug the tiny AnyLink into your radio’s trainer or DSC port and you’re ready to send 2.4GHz signals to the SLT receiver in your model. Another Tx-R advantage is that the included components are factory installed and matched to the model for optimum performance. There’s no need to guess which motor, battery or servos will work best.