- Thinner and smaller profile frame layout. Lighter weight, with the standard Ballistic bolt pattern. Cross compatibility with entire Ballistic line.
- New, lighter and less expensive Autorotation unit. Standard Ballistic bolt pattern while saving weight and cost. Compatible with all Ballistic main gears.
- Shorter Tail setup/assembly to fit 635 layout
- Lighter carbon fins and bracket. Standard Ballistic bolt pattern. Cross compatibility with entire Ballistic line.
- Fully upgradable to Machined Helical main gear
- Fully upgradable to Steel Helical tail gears
- Electric Specific design
- Sliding Battery Tray
- Direct servo drive
- Main Blade Length: 625-645mm (5mm blade bolt)
- Tail Blade Length: 95-105mm
- Main Gear: Helical 130 Tooth Mod 1
- Flat Gear: 113 Tooth Flat Gear
- Tail Miter Gears: Plastic 22 Tooth Mod 1
- Rotor System – 9mm cross shaft, 2.5mm pushrods, fully ball raced – standard in Ballistic Line
- Tail rotor System – Aluminum tube drive – standard in Ballistic Line
- Metal motor mount with bearing pinion shaft support
- Carbon Fiber Frames
- Painted Fiberglass Canopy
- Aluminum Tail Boom
- Helical Main Gear
- Carbon Tail Gear Box
- Sliding Battery Tray
- Boom Support Bridge
- Velcro Straps
- ESC Front/Top Mount
- Boom-Mounted Tail Servo
- Dual-Support Tail Control Arm
- Blades – Radix 625 V2
- Tail Baldes – Radix 95mm
- Motor – Scorpion 4225-550 or 4035-560
- Pinion – 13 tooth
- ESC – Castle 120
- Batteries – 12S – (3700 – 4000 mah)
Is the 635 just a short 700?
Seems a lot of people have been asking lately, because they look so similar, so here are the differences:
- They share about 90% of the same parts, but there are a few changes that make the 635 unique to the Ballistic line of helicopters.
- The tail assembly IS a shortened version of the 700 as far as the boom, supports, torque tube and control rod. The canopy is the same as the 700, and the gears are the same.
- The 635 offers a new and improved main frame for optimized 635 performance over using the standard Ballistic main frame with a shorter boom.
- The auto unit has been optimized for the 635 as well, reducing weight and cost.
The bottom line is: If you own any of our high quality competition helis, you own about 90% of any of our other models already should you choose to convert.
Shops take up less space with our complete line than most helicopters use with one model. For example, a shop or customer can easily support 8 different Rave kits on one 8×8 foot wall of parts. Customers can keep spare parts for multiple helis in one stash.
You can’t beat the combination of performance, quality, price and versatility of a Curtis Youngblood product!
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