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Max Headroom, TV Series, 1987-1988 IMDB

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mike962 DE

2013-07-13 13:23


[Image: snapshot20130712225626.jpg][Image: snapshot20130712225626.1.jpg]

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mike962 DE

2013-07-13 14:20


season 1 complete

mike962 DE

2013-07-20 18:02


Season 2 done


mike962 DE

2017-06-11 20:51


added replacement pics

nick rynearson US

2018-05-09 23:04



Corkeyandpals US

2018-08-18 04:28


Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Max_Headroom

ollygt AU

2019-04-12 14:22


mike962 wrote [Image: snapshot20130712225626.jpg][Image: snapshot20130712225626.1.jpg]

I don't know if anyone is interested but I think the helicopter is a Aérospatiale Gazelle SA 341G or SA 342J
According to Wikipedia the 341G is a "Civil variant, powered by an Astazou IIIA engine. Officially certificated on 7 June 1972; subsequently became first helicopter to obtain single-pilot IFR Cat 1 approval in the US. Also developed into "Stretched Gazelle" with the cabin modified to allow an additional 8 inches (20cm) legroom for the rear passengers

The 342J a "Civil version of SA 342L. This was fitted with the more powerful 649 kW (870 shp) Astazou XIV engine and an improved Fenestron tail rotor. With an increased take-off weight, this variant was approved on 24 April 1976, and entered service in 1977."

The Gazelle SA 341 was the first helicopter to use a tail fenestron rather than a typical rotor
The cowling of the engine does change depending on the year and option I think, on the Network 23 helicopter it has the upright air intake cowling just before the gas turbine engine. These seem to appear on some 341s and 342s I'm not sure what option/year might have incorporated this.

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