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Roban HH-60 Jayhawk US Coast Guard 700 Size Scale Helicopter - ARF

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US Coast Guard HH-60 Jayhawk 700 Size Scale Helicopter ARF (Almost Ready to Fly) from Roban - RBN-SF-HH60-7S

This is the Roban HH-60 Jayhawk 700 size ARF, a premium scale kit that offers unparalleled detail.  From tip-to-tail the HH-60 body kit displays an accuracy of detail to the real aircraft not normally seen in the RC helicopter hobby.

This kit comes with a full scale detail cockpit with dashboard, joysticks, rudder pedals, aerials, windshield wipers and more.  Full rear cabin interiors are included (not installed).  Floor and ceiling details can be crafted so once the interiors are installed you have an impressively scaled cockpit/interior.

These scale kits house the cockpit in precisely the right location and the mechanics are built into the engine compartment just like in the full scale version.  The HH-60 really impresses with the highly detailed and accurately scaled down profile.


  • 4 Blade rotorhead and scale carbon fiber rotor blades
  • 4 Tail blade head and scale carbon fiber tail blades
  • Extremely detailed surface with molded panel lines and rivets
  • Complete 7 seat scale cockpit
  • Complete built In / partially pre-installed position lighting system (Controlled via AUX channel)
  • Special CCPM mechanics built in the top section like the full scale
  • Take off weight of 9kg (approximately double of a 700 3D helicopter)
  • 1700mm long, 1/8 scale


  • Roban HH-60 Jayhawk 700 size scale body
  • Full 700 size helicopter mechanics
  • 4 Carbon fiber rotor blades
  • 4 Carbon fiber tail blades
  • Complete 7 seat scale cockpit
  • Complete built In / partially pre-installed position lighting system


Important Information - Please Read

Roban Scale Helicopters are intended for modelers who have advanced level building skills. Both ARF and KIT product formats require you to install your own electronics (ESC, servos, motor, etc). KIT product formats also require you to install your own helicopter mechanics. Because helicopter mechanics can vary greatly in size and shape, you may be required to modify the fuselage slightly (including cutting, drilling, etc.) to achieve a perfect fit. Roban fuselages are all handmade from fiberglass and therefore may have slight variation in tolerances between body panels, doors, or windows. These variations do not affect flight performance and can be easily adjusted by an experienced builder with proper tools. These precautions are intended for novice builders; an experienced modeler should have no issue achieving perfect results with these premiere scale helicopters kits.

Product Specifications:

AGE LEVEL : 18 and up
SKILL LEVEL : expert
BUILD TIME : 4+ hours

Class / Size


Power Type


Rotor Type

Collective Pitch

Body Material


Overall Size (L x W x H)

1850 x 665 x 455mm

Flying Weight


Main Rotor Diameter


Main Rotor Blade Length


Tail Rotor Diameter


Tail Rotor Blade Length


Tail Drive Type

Torque Tube

Cyclic Servos

3x Metal Gear

Tail Servo

1x Metal Gear

Power System

450kV Brushless Motor

Electronic Speed Control

120A High Voltage with EC5 Connector

Recommended Battery

2x 6S 22.2V 5000 mAh LiPo with EC5 Connector (in series for 12S)

Battery Compartment Size (L x W x H)


Required Radio

7 Channel

Skill Level


Build Time

4+ Hours

Recommended Environment


Product Spare Parts

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Poor manual, wrong hardware

I submitted this review once already. Let's see if it actually post this time. My Statements are not critical of MotionRC Because a kit is labelled, “expert builder“ doesn’t extrapolate to getting a pass on an outdated, horribly written assembly manual that appears to be a copy from a copy from a copy with a mix match of pictures from clearly different models. Even the online assembly manual is suspect in its clarity This is not what one should expect from a $1800+ kit. Second, some of the hardware sent is wrong. Fortunately I have the experience to build this kit. If you have never built or can not assemble a boom and Pod Heli, you should steer way clear of this model. I suspect all Roban’s kits have this lack of detail in the instructions using “expert assembly“ as an excuse. Am I being over critical? Let's see. 1. Wrong hardware sent to mount front struts(landing gear) to airframe. 2. Nav lights positions (sides) in manual are wrong. 3. Motor mount block not updated to accept a 4 bolt pattern (25mm) 4. Ball links sent with the kit are way to sloppy to use on a 5mm ball. So I have to search for that and purchase. 5. "pre-assembled" tail rotor output shaft bevel gear needed shimmed.(it appeared a poor attempt was made) At this point, the only thing I'm willing to say positive is the packaging is excellent. NOW, with all that said, I have purchased 3 other Roban kits since this purchase. Would I have purchased them if I had known how poorly this kit was packaged together? No. I have already unpacked all three kits for inspection and to be quite honest, I am not sure of the return policy so I will probably spend the next year or two assembling them.