Goblin 700 Kyle Stacy Edition @helipilotonline.com

While we at RC Heli Pilot magazine have long loved the sleek, high tech  looks and extreme performance capabilities of the SAB Heli Division series of Goblin electric helicopters, the new Kyle Stacy Edition of the Goblin 700 has us swooning afresh! The KSE Goblin 700 is based on the the Goblin Competition Carbon Edition and includes a three bladed head and tail system. The black anodized aluminum main rotor components, new F3C landing gear, CNC main gear and carbon/yellow canopy and boom set this Goblin apart like no other. Kyle Stacy comments:

A competition pilot needs a helicopter that not only flies well, but is reliable and consistent. The Goblin 700 Kyle Stacy Edition is the most agile, smooth and stable flying helicopter that I have ever flown. The full carbon canopy and boom offers a sleek and clean look to the model that make it extremely easy to see in any orientation. The 3 bladed tail rotor has a sound unique to itself, and has more tail authority than ever before. I hope you enjoy flying the Goblin 700 Kyle Stacy Edition as much as I do.


General Specifications:

  •  Main rotor diameter:  1568 mm (with 690 mm blades)
  • HPS3 Head
  • Main blade length: 690-710 mm
  • Tail rotor diameter: 305 mm
  • Tail blade length: 115 mm
  • Main shaft diameter: 12 mm
  • Tail shaft diameter: 6 mm
  • Spindle shaft diameter: 10 mm
  • Gear Ratios 8.6-11.9 : 1
  • Weight including electronics: 3620 g (excluding flight battery)
  • 22T motor pulley included (other pulley sizes available)
  • All pulleys are made for 6 and 8 mm motor shaft
  • Standard size cyclic servos (40mm)
  • Standard size tail servo (40mm)
  • 120-160A typical speed controller:
  • Motor maximum diameter: 64 mm, Max Height: 64 mm
  • 75x58x350mm battery compartment

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Watch the videos below to see Kyle introduce and fly this Extreme Goblin 700 … and click through to Helidirect to pre-order or for more information.




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