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S107-H (AURORA) ?
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helloheli
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February 25, 2016 - 7:44 am

I just picked up a lot of these S107-H helicopters and was wondering if anyone has any info on these. I already own several of the S107G, but have never seen these before. They are Green and also have one that is Black. The transmitter looks same as S107G but they will not work with each other. They also say "AURORA" on the canopy. Has anyone seen these as I can't seem to find any others.

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February 26, 2016 - 5:00 pm
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Hi Helloheli and welcome to the forum!

Normally you can find all the answers to your inquiries here,

but this one got me. I have been up and down the internet today sesarching

for the 107 with an "H" suffix but came up empty handed. Neither Amazon,

nor any of the hobby shops I buy from had anything listed. Even Syma's own

website just shows the "G" model (plus some great quads on the way!)

  Aurora toys makes stuffed animals and the Aurora I grew up with made slot car

racing sets and became AFX in the late 1970s.  Aurora might also be the nickname

for an off-branded 107, similar to the the S32 Lightning and the S31 Eagle nicknames.

  If it looks like a 107 and the remote looks similar to what you have, it probably

is an S107 under a private label. Nothing wrong with that, Syma does do some pretty cool

paint schemes and graphics for other companies. Try rebinding your old remote to the new

heli from scratch and I bet it will work.

  Send a pic if you can, otherwise have fun and check back often!crigon_04 

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February 27, 2016 - 5:06 am

Thanks for the welcome & response. I have three of the Green, 1 Black and 1 Grey and three more, just the frames for parts. The batteries would not hold a charge so I did the battery mod on two so far. They are same as S107G except that the canopy attaches with clips and the landing skid is all plastic and is part of the chassis and the charge port uses a different plug. There are a couple of other subtle differences but parts should swap out with the S107G such as gears,shafts,blades & motors etc. The remotes are nearly identical, but says on battery cover "DIST.BY:Flying Elements (HK) Ltd." I modded one with a mcpx plug and running a 200mah battery the other with the standard umx pico plug and I'm using a 150-160mah battery. I also removed the tail boom supports. Both fly extremely well.DSCN1851.JPGImage EnlargerDSCN1850.JPGImage Enlarger

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March 5, 2016 - 2:54 pm
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I believe these are clones not fakes

"Fly like a butterfly sting like a Syma" http://syma107.com

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