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11-26-2007 11:29 PM  10 years agoPost 1
crazydave

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Belleville IL USA

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I was wondering which would be a batter paddle choice for the EVO 50, the Radix "Super Stubs" or the V-Paddles? I am looking for more cyclic response then I currently have without being pitchy in FFF.

Current setup:
CCPM w/9252s
8 deg cyclic
No weights in stock paddles

Dave

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11-27-2007 12:29 AM  10 years agoPost 2
Sonic

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Grand Rapids, MI

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You may want to try a set of white or green TT paddles first.

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11-27-2007 12:34 AM  10 years agoPost 3
crazydave

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Belleville IL USA

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I tried the green TTs from my Raptor, not really any difference.

Dave

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11-27-2007 01:14 AM  10 years agoPost 4
HOTROD2

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I have run the Stubz paddles on my EVO 50 and they work great. I had a bad pitching issue running the stock paddles with no weight and the MAH blades that came with the kit. I switched to Radix mains using the stock paddles with no weight and the pitchiness went away. I think the Radix might be a little heavier but have not weighed them to confirm.

T-rex 600N, EVO 50, T-rex 450 x2, DX7

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11-27-2007 07:02 PM  10 years agoPost 5
MRC-Hirobo

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Edison, NJ

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With lighter paddles like the stock ones empty and blades like the MAH or similar, try using putting the mixing arms on the outer hole of the seesaw. It will tame the pitchiness you described but not overall adversely affect the performance. With Radix or V's you can use the inner hole if you like.

jeff

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11-27-2007 10:02 PM  10 years agoPost 6
crazydave

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Belleville IL USA

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Thanks for the replies. Right now I am running V-Blades with the SD-G mixing arms with link in the outer hole.Overall it is pretty good but I am trying to sneak a little more out of it. Pitchiness is not an issue now but it was when i used the white MA paddle. My CCPM EVO90 with the exact same set up is wicked quick and i was trying to see if I could get just a little more out of the 50. I like the looks of the radix better but I am trying to see which of the two performs the best before spending the money.

Dave

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11-27-2007 10:06 PM  10 years agoPost 7
Jag72

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Stubz...

I just pulled the Stubz off my Raptor 50 because they were too fast. I weighed the stubz I had and they were 12grams each....the TT greenies are 20 Grams...as you can see...the Stubz are SUPER light and make a huge difference.

Vpaddles I have all seem tobe around the 20 gram weight area so they are very similar in performance tothe greenies.

Personally I would try a 440mm flybar on that machine with a set of greenies.

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11-28-2007 01:25 PM  10 years agoPost 8
vfastr6

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Cape Town, RSA

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Stubz are very powerful, not just fast!. They are probably one of the more powerful 3mm paddles that I have tried. They are light tho, maybe too light for most, but with the flybar weight about 1/2 way out they were rock solid.

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Marc

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11-28-2007 02:02 PM  10 years agoPost 9
DS 8717

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I use the 440mm JR JRP983057 3mm flybar on mine. You could also try using weights on the flybar and slide them out untill it flys like you want.DOUG

YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE..IF YOU LIVE IT RIGHT THATS ALL YOU NEED

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11-29-2007 12:18 AM  10 years agoPost 10
jonesjj

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Northern IL

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Here is a set in the classifides that may work

http://www.runryder.com/helicopter/t389936p1/

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11-29-2007 01:55 PM  10 years agoPost 11
jbiter

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Sebring, FL

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Here is a set in the classifides that may work
Not unless you are using a 4mm flybar

Jeff

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11-29-2007 03:16 PM  10 years agoPost 12
Dr Lodge

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Guildford, Surrey - UK

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Compass Knight 50 paddles

These work really well on the EVO 50, and are CHEAP!

Vibe 90, Vibe 50, Vigor CS x2,
Dyna-x, Knight 503D, Logo 10,
TRex 500, Furion, Gaui EP200

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11-29-2007 08:33 PM  10 years agoPost 13
jans

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Las Vegas

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If you like fast cyclic super stubz work very well with 440 flybar from Align and 7.5 degrees cyclic. The heli is still very stable with this set up.

janssen

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12-06-2007 04:57 AM  10 years agoPost 14
smallscalepilot

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oklahoma city,OK-USA

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Align now has carbon paddles. They are VERY similar to the V-Paddles, but at a lesser cost. They fit the 3mm flybar and work very well. I too had tried the TT greenies and they were OK at best. The Align ones made a big difference and not pitchy in FFF. The CY stubs are awesome too. I don't think you can go wrong with either.

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12-06-2007 11:04 PM  10 years agoPost 15
crazydave

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Belleville IL USA

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Thanks for all the replies.
I have currently set it up with the 440mm flybar and the CY Stubs paddles with the flybar wieghts halfway out. Seems a little snappier, though I only got a chance to fly it one time. I will play with the weight placements more and find a happy medium.

Dave

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12-07-2007 01:06 AM  10 years agoPost 16
thebignickey

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Marietta, GA

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Try some white MA paddles and shave 1/8-1/4in and leave them blunt only sanding down slightly, the sharp corner left by removing the position from them. They worked great on my evo only problem is once they are put on when you take them off they are done, time for a new set but at only 8$ that is not such a bad deal.

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12-09-2007 11:28 PM  10 years agoPost 17
latesleeper

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OH

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For the guys using Stubz, which way do you put the flybar weight on? Being that it's cone shaped... do you put the fat side out or in?

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12-09-2007 11:30 PM  10 years agoPost 18
Ralphw

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Spring, TX

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For the guys using Stubz, which way do you put the flybar weight on? Being that it's cone shaped... do you put the fat side out or in?
I don't use the weights, I just soften the center up with a little expo.

Ralph W.
"Life's Short, Fly Fast"

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12-10-2007 12:23 AM  10 years agoPost 19
crazydave

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Belleville IL USA

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I have mine moved all the way in now cone side in. I am thinking about taking them off all together.

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