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The stock Blade CP/BCPP motor can fly an extra 100 grams on flat bottom blades pretty comfortably. Anything past that and stuff starts going south on ya. If you plan on strapping bling and cameras on it, go brushless first.The stock xmtr is designed with algorithms for the stock version and when you start changing the weight parameters those pitch and throttle curves become moot. This is where a more sophisticated xmtr comes in handy to compensate by modifying those pitch and throttle curves. Even past a couple of ounces you will barely lift off using symmetrical blades with the stock motor. Just my observations thus far on the two CPs(BCP and BCPP) I thrash around, FWIW.