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09-09-2006 10:33 PM  14 years ago
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crusader4u

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315 pro ver's 325 pro
Just wondering the difference you have experienced in the two blades.
is the heli more or less stable hows the climb out? I thought I would try the 315 blades, I've been running the 325.
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09-10-2006 12:18 AM  14 years ago
Hummingbird3D

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My climb outs where definitely slower with the 315s. If you go from 325s to 315s make sure you get used to the differences in how well/or not your heli can move - it was slower for my setup.

If you like to do "autos" with yours you'ld better prepare yourself for a more gradual touch down or else your heli will slam to the ground.

For me I like the 325s for better lift & response, now I have a few 315s collecting dust.
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09-10-2006 01:22 AM  14 years ago
Jaguar

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325 blades work better for me to better climb rate more stable
Tempest FAI,Stratus,Fury Extreme,Raptor90se,Rex450se,vigor cs, wow I have a real problem
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09-10-2006 02:55 AM  14 years ago
DJDAZ

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Yep, 325's are better for all types of flying. Still, they r harder to track.

I only got some cos i blew my 315's to smitherines on a crash. Maybe it wasn't such a bad thing
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09-10-2006 08:34 AM  14 years ago
Justin911

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Yep, 325's are better for all types of flying. Still, they r harder to track.

I only got some cos i blew my 315's to smitherines on a crash. Maybe it wasn't such a bad thing
are you using the 325 woodies? i heard those have great tracking out of the package. they are some of the best blades you can fly with for the money. they only direction you can go is "more expensive" for example. the align carbon fiber blades, or even sabs for that matter...
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09-10-2006 08:51 AM  14 years ago
DJDAZ

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Yes they r the 325 Woodies. For some reason the carbon blade 325's i have used in the past and also these 325's i find hard to track. Never had a problem with the 600's on my Raven 50 but for some reason i have a hard time on the t'rex.

Probably my lack of "tracking patience!"

Yes, for the $ they r some sweet blades, don't let me put anyone off.
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09-10-2006 09:18 AM  14 years ago
wuzofoz

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325 are the way to go. good value.

i track these blades on the bench and rearly need do adjust after test flight
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09-11-2006 10:16 PM  14 years ago
crusader4u

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Just tryed the 315 pro's and you guy's are right, not as much lift, but I think they are better for flying in 15+ wind conditions, not as much lift and a little higher head speed, you can really whip it around and not have the wind blow it around as much! that was my experience on Sunday. thanks for the feedback.
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