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No idea. Last years releases started to come out around June or July for places like bangood, some didn't come out until almost November! Then ones like the s119g came out for the UK, but Amazon never got them in the US, heck, no US company got them, until some ended up on there in late November or early December. Best I can say is watch Amazon or your other website of choice, and see.
I got two last week. They are very elegant fliers, flight characteristics are very, very similar to the S107G. but they are 42.7 grams in weight. The weight gain offsets the new more powerful front SidexSde motors and the larger rear motor and rotor. I will say the rear set up works really well. I modified one of the N's down to 38.7 grams (removed both the inner and outer plates and some other hardware) which is actually about the weight of a S107G. This weight reduction really improved "FFF"; it also may have contributed to the broken mainshaft connector as well. Lack of available replacement parts and/or knowledge of part compatibility will keep my "Open Air 'Hot Rod'" grounded for awhile. I really like the new N's, it is hard to say whether or not the N is faster than the G. The N is definitely quieter. There are also throttle differences with the Tx's. I could only get my old (formerly spring throttled) GTx to bind with the N. Newer versions of the GTx appear not to bind with the N. The N Tx would not bind with any of my G's.
To determine lift differences betweenthe N and the G (and to replicate the"research" of another experimenter) I taped an N and a G to a scale on separate tests. I did not have to tape the scale down when I tested the N. I did have to tape the scale down when I tested the G.
The old Tx throttle initiated power up more quicky/ealier than the new NTx, but by 50% throttle th NTX kicked in, but top ends were the same:
GTx: -30grams @ 50% -57grams @ 100%
NTx: -42grams @ 50% -57grams @ 100%
Interesting power/throttle curves.
The rotor blades are different between the N and the G. The N blades are lighter and produce more lift. I also played around with switching the rotor blades. When I placed the G rotors on the modified N. It became a G in every respect with flight characteristics. It is reported that the N rotor blades will not work with the G's.
That's it for now
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