Freewing 6S Hawk T1 Shock Absorbing Gear Set
6S Hawk T1 Complete Shock Absorbing Gear Set from Freewing - FJ2141190
NOTE: The Hawk wing was changed in 2018 and these shock absorbing upgrade struts only fit the newer wing. The wing on the left is the original wing which uses a 48mm strut. The wing on the right is the new wing and uses a longer 56mm strut. This shock absorbing upgrade strut set ONLY FITS the newer wing. If you have the old wing, you will need to purchase a new replacement wing in order to use the upgraded shock absorbing struts. All new Hawks come with the new wing.
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Upgrade Absorbing struts Freewing Hawk
Hi as I fly off of grass the standed undercarriage wires on take off made the hawk bounce and a chance of ground looping but soon as I fitted the new struts every thing changed and had excellent take offs
I had the original Freewing Hawk and I am very happy with the EDF Jet, I like it so much I just purchased the Hawk High Performance. Very happy Motion RC customer.
Hawk T1 Shock Absorbing Gear set
Gear set is of high quality and and very quick to install.
Great service once again, keeps me coming back :)
A Must Have
Great Gear super happy I did purchase with the BAe Hawk
Shock absorbing gear
Great aircraft and the optional gear a must for grass fields
T1 shock absorbing gear set
The black tyres are not concentric to the plastic hubs causing them to not run true - poor quality. I have had to buy a different make of wheels to replace these defective ones.
Very good quality
I have the Hawk and it flew well with stock landing gear,but I liked the looks of the upgrade. We fly off a paved runway and the new landing gear was so soft I couldn't keep the jet from bouncing. Also it is very difficult to track on a paved runway. The nose strut bent on the 3rd landing. I have gone back to the stock gear.