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I build this LEGO set to show my respect and honour the bravery of all S-70A FIREHAWK air crew and fire fighting members.
The S-70A FIREHAWK helicopter is a multi-mission helicopter. It is equipped with two General Electric turboshaft engines (type T700-GE-701C each rated to 1,880 shaft horsepower) which provides the power to lift 2,600lb (1,200kg) of cargo or external sling load up to 9,000lb (4,072kg).
The Bambi Bucket is a strong, lightweight and collapsible firefighting tool which can be attached to helicopter easily. The solid water column, shot from the pilot-controlled bottom valve, can contain the fire effectively.
My Sikorsky S-70A FIREHAWK Fire Fighting Helicopter (With Bambi Bucket) consists of around 1200 pieces. In order to raise the level of playability, the following features are included:
- 2 pilots and 1 crewman are included
- An aircraft stand is included for desktop display
- A Bambi Bucket with water column and splash effect
- An USL cargo hook for connecting the Bambi Bucket with single sling (in flight) or double sling (desktop display)
- The top parts of cockpit, crew cabin and engine can be removed to show the interior
- The cockpit doors can be opened, closed and even jettisoned
- A bubble window installed at the co-pilot side door (left hand side)
- The crew cabin windows can be removed to show the operating crewman seats
- Sliding doors are installed on both side of the cabin
- A fire extinguisher at the back of the co-pilot seat
- 2 cabin seats can be installed at 2 different positions: at the crew cabin (forward / outward facing) and at the back of cabin (forward facing)
- The main landing gear wheels can be lowered to demonstrate the oleo strut
- A turning tail landing gear can be lowered to demonstrate the oleo strut
- Anti-Collision Light (ACL) and antenna are installed at the top of the tail
- The main rotor is dipped forward and can be tilted to the left / right side of the fuselage
- The tail rotor is canted 20 degree
- The tail stabiliser can be lifted up or down
Thank you for your time and i hope you may like my S-70A FIREHAWK Fire Fighting Helicopter (With Bambi Bucket).