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Relationship of BB-SS range and scale bodies in JetRanger ‘look-a-like’ for general sports flying and suitable for 60 size mechancis. Known as the Shuttle Sceadu, it was originally intended to replace the shuttle and thus was available in both ’30’ and ’50’ sizes. However demand for the shuttle was such that the two ended up running concurrently though the Sceadu was mostly bought in the ’50’ size.

EVO 50 early version. After a couple of years the inevitable design update was carried out to incorporate a number of upgrades. Because it was not a complete new model it was therefore called the ‘Sceadu Evolution’ and was available in two forms. HPM being the originally mechanical pitch version with a rocking cradle and SWM; this was the upcoming ccpm control system that required a transmitter with electronic swashplate servo mixing to give both cyclic and pitch functions.

Again available in both ’30’ and ’50’ sizes though as before, predominantly bought as the ’50’ variant. The frames were moulded of a tougher material adding strength and making them more rigid.

A third main-shaft bearing fitted below the main gear further stiffened the frames and give better support to the main shaft for more precise gear mesh during hard aerobatics.

The redesigned fuel tank held more fuel, and was secured between the frames by four rubber feet thus isolating it from vibration. Note that engine cooling was considered a weak spot on the initial version of the Sceadu. Sceadu review – Review of early version by unknown reviewer. EVO 50 later version. A few minor changes were later made to the EVO; the rotor head sdxx changed to the FZ-IV, featuring a machined aluminium sfx block and had the flexibility to be configured to meet pilot’s proficiency level.

For example, the head featured an “auto-stability” configuration that made it a stable trainer however, moving a few control balls and changing their pick-up points made the helicopter a potent aerobatic performer. Some other highlights of the Evolution were push-pull linkages, two-piece flybar paddles with adjustable weights and a longer-than-normal tail boom so mm-long main blades could be used.

Sceadu review – Review of later version with OS Hyper 50 engine by unknown reviewer.


Hirobo 0403-968 SDX D3 SWM OP Kit (Flybarless SL RotorHead)

Sceadu Evo parts – Optional parts colour chart for the Evo. Hirobo Sceadu Evolution Final versions. The helicopter was further developed finally into a 90 size version. No info currently held on these later versions. Hirobo Sceadu Evolution Documentation.

Named after the Goddess of Love and Beauty from Norse mythology who wore a unique Brisingamen golden necklace; twin sister to Sceadu.

Straight forward, discrete use of basic components results in a very precise tail pitch mechanism, simple drive train and less points maunal wear for today’s harshest 3D flying styles and gyro combinations. New split gear arrangement allows constant drive power to the tail whether in “on power” or “off power” conditions as in Autorotation’s or normal flight mode landings.

Three flybar feedback ratios are available xdx satisfy the flying styles of any flier from novice to full hot dog 3D pilot. New mixing arms offer 19 to 25 degrees of collective pitch. Hirobo took the best of the WC Eagle and refined the design, components and a variety of adjustments for full-on 3D aerobatics. Additionally, using plastic instead of carbon fibre or metal means meant that radio systems of the time experiences less interference.

Included in the new main frame package was a two piece full enclosure fan hiorbo, carbon collective pitch levers, EX machined aluminium X levers, machined aluminium elevator assembly, CNC machined main and second gears, all metal swashplate, and plenty of platforms to mount all types of radio gear. Additionally, the machine utilised a simplified Freya collective system. An all metal EX tail case was included as standard equipment to support all tail gear box shafts and bearings.

Carbon fibre tail pitch system mounts replaced the metal brackets ensuring rigidity and alignment through all aspects of use.


The tail pitch slider and lever were Freya items so tail control was precise and resistant to “slop”. A triple bearing tail set up for the blade grips was also used manua with Carbon Fibre sealed tip 90mm tail blades in order to handle the high tail loads and keep the tail where any pilot wants it. The fifth generation head was wider to maximize rotor disk diameter without having to run excessively long rotor blades. All components were made of machined aluminium and anodized blue with larger diameter thrust bearings ensuring collective pitch inputs were precise and smooth under load.

A shorter centre hub was also used to enhance stability and a machined aluminium swashplate and washout assembly ensured all control inputs are transferred accurately to the head. To enhance the aerodynamics a new lower landing amnual assembly was used plus an FRP Cabin with a Carbon Fibre windshield. The popular “WC” style graphics finish off the gel coated cabin making the Freya EX look as good manuxl it flew. Hirobo sst-eagle Freya Miscellaneous.


All new Main frame design with integrated, easy to access bearing blocks, integrated cooling shroud. New heavy duty, front electronics tray with encapsulated foam lined battery box!! No More Batteries coming loose in pirouettes!!!!!! New Integrated easily accessible switch mount capable of handling all switch sizes. Main Frame is capable of handling standard collective pitch controls or Hirobo’s SWM swash mode deg. A 10mm hollow main shaft is included to handle the stresses of rotor head loads on the main frame.

Super strong, super light. New larger Bearing are used to support the collective lever system for complete “slop” free hriobo control for any flight envelope. Manula drive train layout manul engine in front of main shaft for better overall CG balancing and allowing the gear reduction maunal the tail gearbox to happen at the main gear instead of a pulley arrangement. Great for aerobatic autos. A belt driven tail utilizing a lower friction belt is standard equipment.

Floating axle design with wide dampeners for extra support of the Feathering spindle. Thrust bearings are standard for smooth collective changes through the entire pitch range especially under the demanding loads of radical 3D flight.

New heavier duty blade grips with a 4mm blade bolt are standard for the ultimate in reliability. Accepts 12mm root Main blades with 4mm bolt hole.

Stabilizer Blades feature adjustable weights and are secured to the flybar with dual set screws. Uses the successful Freya Double pin type tail pitch slider for precise tail control. Slider is dual ball bearing supported with “a” links to a ball joint on the tail blade holder. Each Tail Blade Holder manuap a single thrust bearing manusl radial bearing for exact rotational movement.

Super tail power for today’s demanding gyros. Tail Boom Mounted Servo for tail control is standard equipment – Also available a 5mm control rod to replace the 2 mm existing rod. Made of durable impact resistant polypropylene. Blow moulded for smooth round Lines and definitely shock resistant.

New hjrobo shaped fins effective in fast forward flight when decals are applied or ideal for 3D flying with their decals removed. Now cc, increased cc from the previous Shuttle Tank mankal cc. Very transparent for easy fuel level checks. New Belt Drive Tail Gear Box Design Straight forward, discrete use of basic components results in a very precise tail pitch mechanism, simple drive train and less points of wear for today’s harshest 3D flying styles and gyro combinations.

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